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camisy

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Hi,

Since I've updated to latest version patch 1 8.3.4 (3377) I'm getting a DKIM error message although I haven't changed anything in DNS records

DkimOptionsManager.cpp: Failed to parse DKIM public key from DNS record: Invalid tag value (invalid data), unexpected 0xd at position 75.

Updated not earlier than

30/Oct/2014 16:27:25] New version is available for download: Kerio Connect 8.3.4 Patch 1

At this point messages did not got signed anymore

Mail 5452a8c3-00000000 won't be signed by DKIM because DNS record is invalid for domain mydomain.com

In domain settings I can see the error that the public key is invalid or does not fit the private key which I can not change.

Anyone having same issues?

Thanks.

[Updated on: Sat, 01 November 2014 07:46]

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camisy

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seems to be working again since I have updated providers DNS records with KC's DKIM information, however it's still strange.
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