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Sign outbound emails with DomainKeys (DKIM)

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Have the ability to sign outbound emails send from salesforce with DomainKeys, and include the signature in it. Making sure that all emails send are signed like emails send from our normal mail servers. DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM)

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  • IdeaExchange Moderator - 6 years ago

    With the Spring '15 Release, you can use the DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) key feature to enable Salesforce to sign outbound emails sent on your organization’s behalf. A valid signature provides recipients confidence that the email was handled by a third party such as Salesforce in a way authorized by your organization.

    See the release notes for more information:

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