DKIM stands for DomainKeys Identified Mail. It is a DNS record of TXT type and is used for signing and verifying the authenticity of emails. To be more precise, it involves adding a digital signature to outgoing emails that can be verified by the recipient's email server. This way, it prevents your emails from landing in the spam folders of your recipients.
In case the DKIM records are missing, follow these steps:
Navigate to the Emails section
Click on Manage next to the domain name in question
Go to the DNS settings section on the left
Scroll down to the Manage Email Delivery section, and click on Set default next to DKIM:
If your domain is pointed somewhere else by nameservers, you can add the default DKIM records for Hostinger Email manually. Navigate to your domain’s DNS zone and create the following CNAME records:
After making these changes, give them up to 24 hours to propagate worldwide 💡