DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is a validation method designed to help Internet Service Providers detect and prevent malicious email delivery. Because email has no built-in authentication mechanisms, it’s often spoofed in an attempt to extract information from a message’s recipient.

DKIM uses public-key cryptography to sign email message headers—optionally, the message body may also be signed. This signature allows receiving email servers to determine whether a message was sent by a domain owner and whether the message was altered in transit.

We highly recommend enabling DKIM if you plan to use DonorDock's transactional or marketing email services.

To enable DKIM, please contact to initiate the process.