Cloudflare doesn’t originate any messages with a
RFC5322.From of your domain, and as DKIM only meaningfully authenticates the RFC5322.From address there is no need for DKIM in a pure forwarding scenerio.
If you are sending mail with a
RFC5322.From header you set up DKIM signing on the outbound side and then add the needed
_domainkey record to your DNS in Cloudflare as a
TXT record. The record data would be provided by your host or SMTP provider.
SO you are saying :
if I use AWS SES to send emails but I use MX records provided by Cloudflare so AWS SES’s dkim(s) would be enough(if any provided by AWS SES) .
MX record would not change.
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