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Comment on How to enable Domain Keys (DKIM) in Qmail toaster based mail server install on Debian Linux by hip0.

Few very handy websites, to debug if finally the configured domainkeys are working properly are:
http://www.mailradar.com/domainkeys/ (Domainkey Checker)
http://domainkeys.sourceforge.net/policycheck.html (DomainKey Policy Record Tester)

First website (Domainkey Checker) checks the header and matches against the created DNS record. If both the header values for domainkeys match certain criterias the domain key is considered valid. Many times, enabling domain keys and having a headers could still be invalid. It happened to me many times. Thus this online resource check is important indicator if DKIM is properly configured.

Second one (DomainKey Policy Record Tester), checks and assures that the domain DNS configured TXT records for domainkeys are correct.

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

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


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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


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