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hafeez

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I have kerio connect with 3 domain 1. ukproperty.info(primary) 2. propertyadvisorandconsultant.i... and 3. PROPERTIESADVISORANDCONSULTANT.INFO. DKIM selector is "mail". "mail._domainkey.ukproperty.inf..." is DKIM record name in DNS of "ukproperty.info" domain. what will be the selector name for "propertyadvisorandconsultant.i..." and "PROPERTIESADVISORANDCONSULTANT.INFO" domain in respective DNS of each domain?

And what will be the SPF record name and value for "propertyadvisorandconsultant.i..." and "PROPERTIESADVISORANDCONSULTANT.INFO" domain in respective DNS of each domain?

How to create DKIM and SPf record in DNS for multiple domains?
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fbifido

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are all these domain running on the same box?
if yes then
all those domain will have the same DKIM key/text.
mail._domainkey.<domain> for each domain-in-each-dns, or just add
the other 2 domain as alias in kerio & DNS with the dkim record of
each.
spf records ip4=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx of that server if alias is used.
spf records mx if alias is not used.
else
each kerio server will generate its own DKIM key/text.
just update your DNS accordingly.
spf record ip4=<1server> ip4=<2server> ip4=<3server>
end

Thanks.

[Updated on: Tue, 24 November 2015 18:46]

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hafeez

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are all these domain running on the same box?
Yes.
All three domain have different dedicated IP address(bind/outgoing) and rDNS is setup for each domain.
You can check with nslookup/dig that each domain resolve with different IP.
How I will create MX, SPF, DKIM and DMARC record of each domain in respective DNS?
Please tell with example i.e. what is "name" and "value" in each DNS record.
And why I am getting "mail.ukproperty.info" in following receive email header?
Received: from mail.ukproperty.info (propertiesadvisorandconsultant.info. [216.55.137.76])
"ukproperty.info" is primary domain in kerio connect with Intrenet name "mail" set during setup kerio connect.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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hafeez wrote on Wed, 25 November 2015 06:11

And why I am getting "mail.ukproperty.info" in following receive email header?
Received: from mail.ukproperty.info (propertiesadvisorandconsultant.info. [216.55.137.76])
"ukproperty.info" is primary domain in kerio connect with Intrenet name "mail" set during setup kerio connect.


Because mail.ukproperty.info is the internet hostname of your server you've defined in Kerio Connect configuration.

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hafeez

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Can I change it to "propertiesadvisorandconsultant.info"?
If yes how?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It has to be Fully Qualified Domain Name for your server. Not email domain.
I would recommend reading some KB articles about how email delivery works and what't the difference between server name and email domain. Eg. http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configurati on/domains/domains-in-kerio-connect-1121.html

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