If you are using Hostinger Email, the default DKIM records are:

Host

Points to

TTL

hostingermail-a._domainkey

hostingermail-a.dkim.mail.hostinger.com

300

hostingermail-b._domainkey

hostingermail-b.dkim.mail.hostinger.com

300

hostingermail-c._domainkey

hostingermail-c.dkim.mail.hostinger.com

300

By default, if your domain is pointed to Hostinger by nameservers, it already has DKIM CNAME records.

If for some reason you can't find your DKIM records, you can add them by navigating to Emails → domain name → DNS settings and clicking on Set all to default (if you want MX, SPF, and DKIM records to be correct):

Or only Set default in front of DKIM (to set only DKIM record):

In case you are using Titan Email, your emails are automatically signed with a default key. If you wish to create a custom DKIM, go to Emails → domain name → Custom DKIM:

Scroll down and click on Get Started Now to generate a custom DKIM record for your domain:

It will look similar to this:

Next, create a new TXT record on your domain's DNS Zone using the generated values. You can find a detailed guide here: How to manage TXT records in hPanel?


If your domain is pointing elsewhere by nameservers (and you want it to stay that way), you will need to create the DKIM records on that service’s side.

Please give it up to 24 hours to propagate fully, and you will be good to go! 😊

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