Yes, this option is available, though I've never done it (but should take this as an opportunity to learn), by configuring your domain in the signconf.xml file.

I'll take a look at this. If you get it figured out before me, please post.

On 12/14/2017 2:55 AM, jin&hitman&Barracuda wrote:
Thank you Eric

Before i go further on that guide, let me ask that can i use this solution to sign different domains ?

On 13 Dec 2017 11:27 p.m., "Eric Broch" < <>> wrote:



    On 12/13/2017 1:07 PM, jin&hitman&Barracuda wrote:
    I would like to enable dkim on our qmail server. It just serves
    up te domain and i found a article how to achieve that. The
    article i followed is publishing on :

    My toaster works on CentOS6.8 and build number is 1.03-1.3.20.x86_64

    I track down that article and trying to sign only outgoing mails.
    I just realize that there are many different ways to setup dkim
    support on qmail. Like replacing qmail-remote executable file
    with scripted ones.

    Can i ask that this wiki article is still usable on nowadays ?

    When i finish my setup, i sent some mails and there was no dkim

    How can i go further ?


-- Eric Broch
    White Horse Technical Consulting (WHTC)

Eric Broch
White Horse Technical Consulting (WHTC)

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