Dear All,

I need to know why dkim-milter has its default 'Mode' option in the configuration set to sign and verify ('sv'), what are the steps in sign and verify as opposed to sign-only and what are the performance difference when I set it to sign-only ('s') rather than sign and verify. I suppose 'sign and verify' should be expensive as compared to 'sign' even when my mail server is configured as only outgoing server? Correct me if wrong.

Ashay Chitnis.