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Old 17th August 2010, 22:29
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Default how to check that my outgoing mails are DKIM Signed.

I am putting the details of the DNS as below







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Old 17th August 2010, 23:31
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i'm not sure, but maybe the hostname for the domainkey has to be "mail._domainkey"
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i'm not sure, but maybe the hostname for the domainkey has to be "mail._domainkey"
no that's not necessary ..

@pawan: remove the dots behind your entries

your A records (mail, ns1, server1, etc) are incorrect, need to be CNAME if you define them like that.

Code:
A		mywebsolutions.co.in		59.90.144.48
A		mail.mywebsolutions.co.in	59.90.144.48
A		ns1.mywebsolutions.co.in	59.90.144.48
CNAME		www				mywebsolutions.co.in
CNAME		server1				mywebsolutions.co.in
MX		mywebsolutions.co.in		mail.mywebsolutions.co.in	100
NS		mywebsolutions.co.in		ns1.mywebsolutions.co.in
NS		mywebsolutions.co.in		ns2.rediffmailpro.com
TXT		mywebsolutions.co.in		v=spf1 mx ~all
TXT		mail._domainkey.mywebsolutions.co.in		v=DKIM1; g=*; k=rsa; p=<key>
don't put "-s around the text in TXT values..

MX records should not point to a CNAME, etc etc .. try the above setup..
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Default how to check that my outgoing mails are DKIM Signed.

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no that's not necessary ..

@pawan: remove the dots behind your entries

your A records (mail, ns1, server1, etc) are incorrect, need to be CNAME if you define them like that.

Code:
A		mywebsolutions.co.in		59.90.144.48
A		mail.mywebsolutions.co.in	59.90.144.48
A		ns1.mywebsolutions.co.in	59.90.144.48
CNAME		www				mywebsolutions.co.in
CNAME		server1				mywebsolutions.co.in
MX		mywebsolutions.co.in		mail.mywebsolutions.co.in	100
NS		mywebsolutions.co.in		ns1.mywebsolutions.co.in
NS		mywebsolutions.co.in		ns2.rediffmailpro.com
TXT		mywebsolutions.co.in		v=spf1 mx ~all
TXT		mail._domainkey.mywebsolutions.co.in		v=DKIM1; g=*; k=rsa; p=<key>
don't put "-s around the text in TXT values..

MX records should not point to a CNAME, etc etc .. try the above setup..
I have followed and made corrections exactly as per your direction, but I would like to remove my doubt that when you create DNS in ISPCONFIG using the DNS Wizard the result is like this



which means, should I conclude that DNS Wizard is doing it wrong. As DNS wizard is putting the dots in the end besides mail & WWW is also going in A records & not CNAME.

I am sure you can explain that.
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Old 19th August 2010, 09:33
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ow, hmm .. oke, it puts autom. dots behind it, annoying!

well, i don't use the dns admin in ispconfig, i run poweradmin/powerdns

but ehm .. where are the TXT fields?
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