I have tested using outlook express from a windows server in my deve environment, using mail on the dkim test box, and using alpine

my DNS records show up on brandoncheckett test as such

Message contains this DKIM Signature:
DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed; d=dkimtest.reyrey.net;
s=default; t=1301417449;
bh=g3zLYH4xKxcPrHOD18z9YfpQcnk/GaJedfustWU5uGs=;
h=To:Subject:Message-Id:Date:From;
b=vHrFZQTBl1DOSfvcx0ir5VORt7PRRPL/InG6+Dsq7YXmr6RESygt3NBstPIZawxVW
3CuBZpjCbMSYzyvl0eeJmfNb2kLhDTzx1UWFjI6V8easXqm5UnQNN6WS8ConZFHlQL
UVVkFPjh420mSp3Lw+X81plpKEta3R5KbjKhJq2E=


Signature Information:
v= Version: 1
a= Algorithm: rsa-sha256
c= Method: relaxed/relaxed
d= Domain: dkimtest.reyrey.net
s= Selector: default
q= Protocol:
bh= g3zLYH4xKxcPrHOD18z9YfpQcnk/GaJedfustWU5uGs=
h= Signed Headers: To:Subject:Message-Id:Date:From
b= Data: vHrFZQTBl1DOSfvcx0ir5VORt7PRRPL/InG6+Dsq7YXmr6RESygt3NBstPIZawxVW
3CuBZpjCbMSYzyvl0eeJmfNb2kLhDTzx1UWFjI6V8easXqm5UnQNN6WS8ConZFHlQL
UVVkFPjh420mSp3Lw+X81plpKEta3R5KbjKhJq2E=

Public Key DNS Lookup


Building DNS Query for default._domainkey.dkimtest.reyrey.net
Retrieved this publickey from DNS: v=DKIM1; g=*; k=rsa; p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDERR/0XNoaE7dWr0zvsJCGqMFUGEw4Rlez1u6QZUfNV2YdlxDhNYrB3iibSjvrUnonNZvZDp7dHx943WPuPhXbAbo035nKsn/tDJIRpGPbKZ4LTIe7WEC5LtYYyChMB0fLdqCGwkkI4HF3ofdK+kyAUk/J25CoftFxBH+XhAyKPQIDAQAB

Validating Signature


result = fail
Details: message has been altered


On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 1:55 PM, Todd Lyons <tlyons@ivenue.com> wrote:
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On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 10:46 AM, brandon murphy
> I am using dkim-milter.
> even using open-dkim it brings up these errors.

Ok, that's good to know.  Which testing services are you using?  Can
you give us a domain and selector so that we may verify that your DNS
is configured properly?  If we can't see your dns text records, then
neither can the systems which are doing verification.

> I have sendmail preloaded on the server, I stop that service to use postfix.
> my apologies for the confusion with that. postfix loaded is straight out the
> box postfix. no masquerading is being used to my knowledge.

Ok, so you're using postfix to do this.  I know that recently I've
seen cases where someone had to force postfix to only process a
message through milters once, but I do not recall the exact scenario.
I suggest viewing the opendkim mailing list archives to see if you can
spot anything postfix related that might make sense to you.

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Regards...      Todd
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