Does Exclaimer support DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM)?
Yes, Exclaimer supports DKIM.
DKIM uses cryptography to ‘sign’ email with a private key when it leaves the sending server. This digital ‘signature’ is unique for that email and is added (as a field) to the message header. When the email is transferred, it attaches a string of characters with a hash value.
When the signature is generated, part of the private key is stored in the listed domain. The Recipient servers then use this private key to verify the source of the message and verify that the body of the message has not changed during transit – the message passes DKIM and is considered authentic.