MC291056 – (Updated) Simplified DKIM configuration for email protection

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check before: 2021-10-27

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Updated October 19, 2021: We have updated the content below with additional details. Thank you for your patience.
Domain Keys identified mail (DKIM) is part of email authentication mechanism which ensures the email is not modified during transit and can be used to validate the visible sender (FROM address) as part of the DMARC standard. By correctly configuring authentication through DKIM you can ensure better email deliverability and protect your domain from being spoofed.

As part of Microsoft's continuous effort to help organizations configure email authentication, we reduced the complexity involved in configuring DKIM to set of simple steps.
[When this will happen:]
The feature is live, and you can visit the DKIM configuration page https://security.microsoft.com/dkimv2 or https://protection.office.com/dkimv2 to enable DKIM for your custom accepted domains, DKIM is already setup for the default domain automatically. Further details can be found in this document

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2021-10-13

updated:
2021-10-20

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