Edgar Pettijohn <ed...@pettijohn-web.com> wrote: > Is anyone using this filter?
Yes, I got it running yesterday using OpenBSD 5.9's opensmtpd-extras package. > smtpd.conf > > filter filter-dkim-signer dkim-signer "-D mydomain -p > /etc/mail/private.key -s selector1" Part of the problem is the spaces here. At least, when I tried with a space before the argument for "-p", I got a file not found error. I also ended up having to wrap each individual argument in quotes, though I'm not sure if this was necessary. Here's what I have in my smtpd.conf: filter filter-dkim-signer dkim-signer "-Dryanak.ca" "-p/var/db/dkim/_may2014.ryanak.ca.key" "-smay2014" filter all chain filter-dkim-signer ... listen on lo0 filter all listen on vio0 filter all secure pki ryanak.ca listen on vio0 port submission filter all tls-require pki ryanak.ca auth <authdb> ... accept from local for any relay In retrospect, I probably shouldn't have the filter applied on the second "listen on" line, because I this causes incoming mail to also be DKIM signed. Hope this helps, Ryan -- |_)|_/ Ryan Kavanagh | Debian Developer | \| \ https://ryanak.ca/ | GPG Key 4A11C97A -- You received this mail because you are subscribed to email@example.com To unsubscribe, send a mail to: misc+unsubscr...@opensmtpd.org