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Old 8th March 2008, 00:28
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Default my problems with postfix dkim tutorial

I am trying to run domainkeys and dkim simulateously, but goddady seems to limit me to 512 characters in my TXT records. Is this goddaddy specific? If not, is there a way around this?

Also the supplied modified script at http://www.topdog-software.com/files/dkim-milter changes a line to say "daemon /usr/sbin/${prog} ${CMD_ARGS[$i]} -P $pidfile -x /etc/dkim-milter/dkim-milter.conf" However, when I start the service, it says "Starting DKIM milter (dkim-filter #0): dkim-filter: /etc/dkim-milter/dkim-milter.conf: fopen(): No such file or directory" and doing an ls on the file confirms that it doesn't exist. When should that file have been created?

Running the unmodified service script results in the following error: "Starting DKIM milter (dkim-filter #0): dkim-filter: initgroups(): Operation not permitted"
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