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This guide is intended to show how to create the various DNS records that can be configured to authenticate and white-label your mail processing through SocketLabs.

  1. Go to https://www.enom.com/login.aspx and log-in to the account your domain is registered under.
  2. From the drop-down Domains tab, select My Domain. You will be directed to the Manage Domains page.
  3. In the Manage Domains page, select the domain you are using to send email.
  4. Click Host Records.

CNAME Records For Custom Bounce Domain and Engagement Tracking

  1. Click new row to add a CNAME record
  2. Under Host Name, enter your desired sub-domain.
  3. Change Record Type to CNAME.
  4. Under Address, enter tracking.socketlabs.com
  5. Click Save to publish the CNAME record for Engagement Tracking and Custom Bounce Domain.

CNAME Records For Custom DKIM Signing

Only publish this record if you plan on using the Custom DKIM signing option, rather than Advanced DKIM. If you wish to use the Advanced DKIM Signing option instead, see instructions below.

  1. Click new row to add a CNAME record
  2. Under Host Name, enter dkim._domainkey
  3. Change Record Type to CNAME.
  4. Under Address, enter dkim_domainkey.email-od.com
  5. Click Save to publish the CNAME record for Custom DKIM Signing.

Advanced DKIM Signing

It is recommended that you use the DKIM Generation Wizard and use the private and public key pair generated.

  1. In the Host Records page, click new row to add a new TXT record.
  2. Under Host Name, enter yourselector._domainkey
  3. Change Record Type to TXT.
  4. Under Address, enter k=rsa; p=yourpublickey
  5. Click Save to publish your key.

 SPF

  1. In the Host Records page, click new row to add a new SPF record
  2. Leave the Host Name field blank.
  3. Change Record Type to TXT.
  4. Under Address, enter v=spf1 include:email-od.com ~all
  5. Click Save to publish your SPF record.

If Your Domain Already Publishes an SPF Record

If your domain already publishes an SPF record, you will just need to add the include:email-od.com to it. For example, if your record looks similar to:

example.com TXT "v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com ~all"

Then adding include:email-od.com to it will look as such:

example.com TXT "v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com include:email-od.com ~all"