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Topic: Domainkeys without any signature (nuteral)

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Hello,

I have set dkim and spf record for my domain and tried sending email to gmail and yahoo. After analyzing gmail header i found spf and dkmi record passed successfully but when i checked yahoo header i find the domainkeys is neutral and not pass. can anyone help me in setting up domainkeys to pass?

domainkeys=neutral (no sig);  from=mail.exampledomain.com; dkim=pass (ok)

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Re: Domainkeys without any signature (nuteral)

DomainKeys is not same as DKIM, and iRedMail doesn't sign DomainKeys on outgoing emails. So "no sig" is right.

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Re: Domainkeys without any signature (nuteral)

So is it possible to sign outgoing emails?

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Re: Domainkeys without any signature (nuteral)

Unfortunately, no.
You have to install addition software to sign DomainKeys.

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Re: Domainkeys without any signature (nuteral)

is any doc file available thats shows how to integrated with the software you provided?

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Re: Domainkeys without any signature (nuteral)

brijendrasial wrote:

is any doc file available thats shows how to integrated with the software you provided?

iRedMail doesn't provide software to sign DomainKeys, please try OpenDKIM instead:
http://opendkim.org