It's actually not quite complicated. DMARC comprises SPF and DKIM.
It's more of publish the two records and configure Exim to sign outgoing
mail. It's pretty easy if you have complete control of your DNS servers.
So here are three links that will demystify the whole thing for you:
You can then use http://www.appmaildev.com/ to test your setup.
Head to http://exim4u.org/, grab the tarball and look at the configuration
files. They have pretty good explanation of how to implement DKIM.
Come back with questions in a day or two.
On 9 April 2018 at 16:24, Peter Hutchison via Exim-users <
> Has anyone implemented any of the following on their mail systems?
> StartTLS, DMarc and DKim.
> I would just like to any tips, gotchas, downsides or other useful
> information I should know?
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