steve at teamITS
Jun 16, 2008, 7:57 AM
Tracy Ewing wrote:
> I have alot of emails
"a lot" - pet peeve. :)
> that are coming back DNS
What do you mean by this? Can you post an error message?
> how do I set up a DKIM record as well?
If you set up both DomainKeys and DKIM (which are different;
Yahoo! uses the former) be aware that whichever one you have insert its
header second will have to ignore the first. E.g., if you have the
DomainKeys program run first and then have DKIM add a header, it will of
course modify the message headers, breaking the DomainKeys "seal."
There are ways to not protect headers, for example, have DomainKeys
ignore the DKIM header. A DomainKeys or DKIM list should be able to
help you with that.
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