Enable DKIM for Office 365 Home with custom email domain
The Office 365 Home subscription allows you to use your your own email domain. However, there is no option to enable DKIM and without it, outgoing email often ends up in the recipient's Spam folder, making the custom email domain capability useless.
Please expose the DKIM setting on the UI for O365 Home subscribers.
The feature itself is already implemented and available in the Business edition, but requires the Admin panel which does not exist in Office 365 Home.
MARLENE ALMA BOECK commented
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Jacky Sparks commented
So this is only a partial email service, in that you cannot send authentic email. I chose this solution because I thought it would provide the option of alternative domain names for email (as advertised).
I find the service I paid for is not really fully featured. I expected from Microsoft I would have the latest tech. and be compliant with industry standards, but am disappointed to find this is not the case.
Please can you implement this so I can send authentic email and prevent spammers using my email address. At the moment the custom domain feature is only half implemented (and the half that is implemented is fairly restricted at that).
Akshay Kumar commented
Please enable this. My outgoing emails are landing in spam folders of recipients
Tom Plant commented
I migrated from Exchange Online to avoid having to configure everything... Expected basic features like DKIM to be automatic. How can you say "we support custom domains" when it took me 3 weeks to get one, and then DKIM isn't even possible???
Hotmail sends DKIM signed email. But when you send using custom domain the email is not DKIM signed so more likely to end up in recipients Junk Mail folder. Please add option to enable DKIM for Office 365 Home custom domain.
Yes, why isnt it there already???
Edwin van E commented
Yes please ... I have been searching for the DKIM functionality for my custom domain / personal email addresses within my Office 365 Home subscription. Also contacting the outlook.com & Microsoft Support teams did not give any results, they could not help me with this issue.
I have also posted a new request with the same content in the Office 365 Security & Compliance section to create more exposure.
So if you are willing to vote here .. please also vote on the link below:
Jesus lord YES make it already. I spent 2 hours to figure it out only to see ...I cannot.