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Ronnie

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Hi

Can someone did start DKIM on a server OS X Server?
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Maerad

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Maybe you could rework your question, because I don't really know what you want.

If you wanna use DKIM with OSX, just follow the guides/KB for kerio. In Kerio you just enable the DKIM and post the keys. The DNS stuff is outside, so you should have more luck in a osx server forum. If that is your problem Smile
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Ronnie

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I have configured DNS on OS X Server and do not know how to add DKIM DNS
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Ronnie wrote on Mon, 14 April 2014 11:16
I have configured DNS on OS X Server and do not know how to add DKIM DNS

I've also tried unsuccessfully. The problem is that the OS X Server interface does not accept the underscore ( _ ) character in domain names. Even when I manually edited the zone file, the DNS would not react to queries containing _ .

My workaround was a split setup with just a single zone in the local DNS containing the server subdomain (i.e. mail.domain.tld), and delegating the rest (including mail._domainkey.domain.tld) to an external DNS. For any other hosts in the local network, add separate subdomains to the local DNS.
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Ronnie

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Does this matter is heard anything new?

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