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j.a.duke

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I'm having trouble getting Connect 9.0.2 to recognize our DKIM record in our internal DNS that's running BIND 9.6.

Internal DNS is on Mac OS X 10.6.8 (yes, I know it's old, but due for replacement real soon).

I've looked at KB1483 which discusses splitting the record if using BIND.

I've tried following the example listed, but when I try using nslookup or other tools to retrieve the record, I don't get back the entire entry, just the first part.

Is there something that I need to do that the article neglects to mention? I've tried the following formats: "line 1"<return>"line 2"<return>, etc and "line 1"<space>"line 2"<space>, etc. but neither seems to work.

On our public facing DNS server, no such trouble-all the DKIM verification tools are happy with the record published.

Does anyone have a suggest as to how I can work around this?

Thanks.

Cheers,
Jon
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anarvey

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It worked for me on El Capitan with OS X Server5.1 doing the DNS. Of course I had to edit the zone file by hand since you can't do TXT in the Gui.

Here is what the bind file TXT looks like (with the example number) and I believe I used the return key.

mail._domainkey.example.com. 10800 IN TXT ("v=DKIM1;"
" p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDfl0chtL4siFYCrSPxw4 3fqc4z "
" Oo3N+Il220oK2Cp+NZw9Kuvg8iu2Ua3zfbUnZWvWK4aEeooliRd7SXIhKpXk gkwn "
" AB3DGAQ6+/7UVXf9xOeupr1DqtNwKt/NngC7ZIZyNRPx1HWKleP13UXCD8ma cUEb "
"bcBhthrnETKoCg8wOwIDAQAB")

Hope that helps you with Snow Leopard. I still a SL server. If I get time I might try it out)
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anarvey

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LOL!

I did try it and it did work!

Here is the formatting that worked in the zone file (removed the IN and time period)

mail._domainkey.example.com. TXT ("v=DKIM1;"
" p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDfl0chtL4siFYCrSPxw4 3fqc4z "
" Oo3N+Il220oK2Cp+NZw9Kuvg8iu2Ua3zfbUnZWvWK4aEeooliRd7SXIhKpXk gkwn "
" AB3DGAQ6+/7UVXf9xOeupr1DqtNwKt/NngC7ZIZyNRPx1HWKleP13UXCD8ma cUEb "
"bcBhthrnETKoCg8wOwIDAQAB")

This goes into the file at: /var/named/zones/db.example.com.zone.apple

And here is the dig command for Terminal:

dig TXT mail._domainkey.example.com
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