Unable to setup DKIM via PS (empty selectors)

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I'm trying to setup DKIM for my new Microsoft 365 instance. I created two CNAME entries, which I verified via dmarcanalyzer.com (selector1, selector2). 

 

I got the selector names from: 

 

Get-DkimSigningConfig | FL Identity,Selector1CNAME,Selector2CNAME

 

However, when I run:

Set-DkimSigningConfig -Identity my.domain -Enabled $true

 

CNAME record does not exist for this config. Please publish the following two CNAME records first.
{0}
{1}

 

I get the same two blank {0} and {1} when enabling DKIM from the Exchange protection console. 

 

What's going on?

3 Replies
If the records are in place and correct it may be a DNS issue? Best to contact MS support to get them to check.

@SeanMcAvinue ya it was a typo in a DNS record that was causing the problem. However, the PS error and Exchange console could have returned more helpful information than just blank {0} and {1} data. But it's now working.

Good to hear, I've been caught out on typos with DKIM before .