We are using AWeber and have set up the DNS records on Cloudflare (CF). However, there was an issue with AWeber seeing them, which has been a common thing amongst Cloudflare users like myself.
I ran into this article - Problem with CNAME DKIM inputs for AWEBER on cloudflare - and I unproxied all three of the CNAMEs and it worked!
I just need to know:
- Do I keep them unproxied or are there extra steps I need to do to proxy them again?
- Is it safe to keep them unproxied?
Thanks and regards,
Yes, they need to be unproxied.
The target of a DKIM record will be a string of text, not an origin web server that needs protection from attack, so it is “safe” that the records are not proxied.
Thanks! This will help other AWeber customers who have CF. AWeber is the only DKIM I cannot proxy but I feel comfortable now, thank you.
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