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How to add a CAA record on Dreamhost

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Dreamhost

Your CAA record is what lets a Certificate Authority know if it’s OK to issue an SSL certificate to you. A CAA can tell a CA that it can or can’t, based on how you set it up. All CAs are required to check for a DNS CAA. Though it’s option for end users, we recommend you setting one up to avoid any complications.

Here are step-by-step instructions how to add a CAA record on Dreamhost

How to add a CAA record on Dreamhost

At this time, Dreamhost has not added the capability to add a DNS CAA record. As soon as Dreamhost does, we will update this article.

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