• DKIM Record Found: coffee.co.uk

TXT Record Results for DNS Query bean._domainkey.coffee.co.uk

v=DKIM1; k=rsa; s=email; p=MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEA3CADBoBxEKRuHq+CY8mMLvabL1JOaktPgu6ZAZvjB0+HWyim6b1S38J7AJVJ690PGae9vZOrSLQdT157ToDji/EdmyMMVDIMPkmK7JQfGFa5CwJrQqjGufPQXsFxQcB1zQpHS5Fe8TvQHSzyLQr0T1hhwwNfDKvH7+isw5K4+FfwxQLw0LbgByaAO41t86+lBoD7cqc6uMgzbVApIVfvdwm35veiiM+jc0K9Qi892RiwvBClRiwK+U36HRSRhvr5nPxx+1jJ8diCiUdjmk/wlwC1IVrdYDVcZpC3hAHArLqsq8c0hMxcWFsuVxkNbpLMxUgi3i1ObdpCaR4DPR4/oQIDAQAB

Additional Results
Length of This Key 2048
Version of This Key DKIM1
Public Key

-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----
MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEA3CADBoBxEKRuHq+CY8mMLvabL1JOaktPgu6ZAZvjB0+HWyim6b1S38J7AJVJ690PGae9vZOrSLQdT157ToDji/EdmyMMVDIMPkmK7JQfGFa5CwJrQqjGufPQXsFxQcB1zQpHS5Fe8TvQHSzyLQr0T1hhwwNfDKvH7+isw5K4+FfwxQLw0LbgByaAO41t86+lBoD7cqc6uMgzbVApIVfvdwm35veiiM+jc0K9Qi892RiwvBClRiwK+U36HRSRhvr5nPxx+1jJ8diCiUdjmk/wlwC1IVrdYDVcZpC3hAHArLqsq8c0hMxcWFsuVxkNbpLM
-----END PUBLIC KEY-----

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What is DKIM?

DKIM allows an organization to take responsibility for transmitting a message in a way that can be verified by a recipient. DKIM is broadly supported by the world’s major email inbox providers and uses an encryption key and digital signature to verify that an email message was not faked or altered.

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