From: Marko Hrastovec <marko.hrastovec@ha...> - 2008-04-08 07:23:09
You are right. I reviewed the configuration. I forgot to disable verifier. I think dk-milter verifier was the one who rejected the mail not dkim-milter.
>>I have a question regarding DKIM on server with many domains. I am
>>maintaining a server which hosts many domains. I am using sendmail
>>with DKIM milter and DomainKeys milter on CentIOS 5. I have
>>successfully configured it to sign some domains sent from this server.
>>I want the server to sign just some domains for which I have
>>configured DNS records. I want mails with other domain names to
>>leave the server unsigned. I have a problem because keys for these
>>domains don't exists and milter can't sign them. Sendmail complains
>>that milter was not succesfull and discards the e-mail.
>Sendmail or dkim-milter do not discard mail unless you tell it
>to. Can you post the log entries which show a mail being discarded?
>>How can I configure it to sign some domains and to leave some intact?
>You can use the Keylist setting in dkim.conf to specify the file
>which contains the domain names and the keys to be used. That file
>would have the following format:
>Dkim-milter will leave mail for domains not listed in that file unsigned.
From: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@se...> - 2008-04-08 15:34:58
On Tue, 8 Apr 2008, Marko Hrastovec wrote:
> You are right. I reviewed the configuration. I forgot to disable
> verifier. I think dk-milter verifier was the one who rejected the mail
> not dkim-milter.
dk-milter also won't reject or discard messages unless you explicitly ask
it to do so.
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