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This is a rather old Debian, why don’t you try to update it and see whether compile will work?

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How to enable Domain Keys (DKIM) in Qmail toaster based mail server install on Debian Linux

Hi Barbara,

Probably you need to install older version of libdomainkeys (download from source) or try libdomainkeys-dev package (if it is available on your distro).

Hope this helps.
Regards,

Georgi


How to enable Domain Keys (DKIM) in Qmail toaster based mail server install on Debian Linux
Thx,

WHen I have time I’ll write an article on how DKIM can be enabled on postfix.
thx for suggestion

best
Georgi


How to enable Domain Keys (DKIM) in Qmail toaster based mail server install on Debian Linux
Another handy source of debug is sending mail to mail:
check-auth2 [at] verifier.port25.com

In less than minute an automated mail will be returned back giving hints on what might be causing the Domain key issues:
You will get something like:

hank you for using the verifier,

The Port25 Solutions, Inc. team

==========================================================
Summary of Results
==========================================================
SPF check: pass
DomainKeys check: pass
DKIM check: permerror
Sender-ID check: pass
SpamAssassin check: ham

==========================================================
Details:
==========================================================


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Hey Maybe,

Create new 🙂

Enjoy,

Georgi


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Hi John,

You can always use ntpd to synchronize time, be it either by loading it in /etc/rc.local or doing it via a cron job.
timeconfig was a script that was able to correct system time in the past, i’m not actively using slackware but I believe
if the script is still there you can tune time with it.

By system clock I mean the clock that is being reported by Linux kernel bios. Slackware is a hardcore fans distro and not for everyone.
To use it you have to be ready for a lot of inconvenience. Otherwise just use Ubuntu or Mint and I think you will not experience the system time issues.
I have to also say my general opinion nowadays is GNU / Linux is following a wrong path and is becoming more and more messy.

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Hi Anastasia,
Yes the church share the same address, I’m not in Netherlands currently but maybe, we’ll meet there or somewhere some day.
At best case hopefully in heaven 🙂

Best and Regards to the brothers and sisters, from Georgi from Bulgaria 🙂


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Thanks for the good hint Lorenz.

Wish you best,

Georgi


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Another way to change your complete system language is to run command:

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Besides choosing what locales to be added to system, you'll have the option to also set the preferred system wide locale, just choose the locale of your home country and you're done.


 


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