Configure DNS records for a custom email domain

CNAME, MX, and TXT records are types of DNS records used to manage various aspects of your domain configuration. The DNS records must be configured by you and will enable us to send emails using your business domain and add a digital signature to your emails, ensuring they are genuine and not treated as spam.

 


Verify ownership using Easy DKIM

When you set up Easy DKIM for a custom mail from address, Winningtemp will automatically add a 2048-bit DKIM key to every email that you send from that identity (this is done by Amazon SES). Ownership is verified by adding a set of CNAME records to your DNS registrar. You will obtain the records that you should add to your registrar from Winningtemp. The example is based on noreply@example.com.
 

 

Setup Sender Policy Framework (SPF)

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is an email validation standard that's designed to prevent email spoofing. You can configure your custom MAIL FROM domain with SPF to tell email providers which servers are allowed to send email from your custom MAIL FROM domain. SPF is defined in RFC 7208.

 

To set up SPF, you should publish the following records to the DNS configuration for your custom MAIL FROM domain. The example is based on noreply@example.com.
 
 
Please allow up to 24 hours for Easy DKIM and SPF to be verified. The custom mail from the address is not enabled until the verification is completed by Amazon and will fall back to the default sender noreply@winningtemp.com during the verification process.

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