Selectors allow a domain to have one DomainKeys selector and one DKIM selector enabled at one time. Multiple selectors are allowed in a domain to give the IMail Administrator capability to easily change from one public-key in DNS to another.
Important: Only one DomainKey selector and one DKIM selector can be enabled at one time for a domain. Example: A DKIM selector "selector1" is enabled for domain1.com. The IMail Administrator decides to enable "selector2" for domain1.com. "selector1" will automatically be disabled for domain1.com.
Important: After updating or creating a selector be sure to restart your SMTP and Queue Manager services.
Search Box. Typing will automatically begin narrowing the list. The search assumes a wildcard automatically after the characters entered.
Caution: Search requires a minimum of two characters for the search process to begin.
Note: Column Titles when clicked will sort the list for the current session only. Refreshing the page will reset the original sort.
Note: Only one DomainKeys selector and one DKIM selector can be set as default at one time.
Example: DNS Text Record set to MyDNSName will be named
Note: Only one DomainKey and one DKIM selector can be enabled per domain.
Add New. Click to add a new selector. This will give the following two options
Add Existing. Click to add a System Selector to the domain.
Remove. Click this after selecting item(s) from the list to remove from the Domain Selector List.
Note: This will not delete from the System Selector List.