For those of you doing the transition from dk-milter to dkim-milter,
the transition is straight-forward. dkim-milter will work with the
public and private keys generated for DomainKeys. Compile the
dkim-milter and run it with the same parameters as dk-milter.
There is a How-to at
http://www.elandsys.com/resources/sendmail/dkim.html You can test
DKIM by sending an email to autorespond+dkim@...
From: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@se...> - 2005-07-15 17:51:11
On Fri, 15 Jul 2005, SM wrote:
> There is a How-to at http://www.elandsys.com/resources/sendmail/dkim.html
> You can test DKIM by sending an email to
There are also auto-reply test addresses at:
Both of these also test your Sender-ID/SPF settings if you have them. The
latter address is commercially supported and pretty detailed in its