How to setup Domain Auth. with cPanel

This guide assumes that you already successfully logged into your cPanel control panel.

Once logged in, click on the “advanced DNS Zone Editor” in the “domains” panel.

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This will then show you all the DNS records that are currently assigned to your domain. You will need to add the record from your BulkMail account. If you are unsure where to find the TXT record in your BulkMail account, we have a detailed article on what you need from your account HERE.

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Example record:

Record: mm._domainkey.hotmail.com

Type: TXT

Value: k=rsa; p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQD5HCQT7BNXwrrdnxFzmKQeU
/Lra0CSqlu32l9Ps5Rg4uJf3nAAdqQanD32nyzw7TqtkWao9XKI6Swn4zDebOZ6+ivjln7jlt9xBA5oy
O8T5HN5bZL5eiibXUAvbDnkXlvFkSktrEVnIHt24SWleaatDcTouiscBwl6/Y05jv9k/wIDAQAB

Once you have added the record from BulkMail in place like the above image, you will need to click ‘update’ in the top right hand corner. Now your DNS record is set up. We recommend that you leave it 24 hours to propagate around the internet.

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