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    Post Add support for DKIM ("DomainKeys Identified Mail")

    There are lots of threads on DKIM Failure and I have been reading through them. I don't seem to see anything too current, so please forgive me if I missed the one that would have answered my question.

    Is there any update on when the DKIM Failure issue will be resolved. Most threads point to an Exim issue.

    I installed domain name keys and everything works except when testing the return is: DKIM-Status: failed (no signature found)

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    just moving this back up so maybe someone can answer it

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    I also would like to know. I am having issues with Yahoo! delays & they told me that DKIM would help.

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    Moving this back up on the list, anyone have any insight?

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    I do not think cPanel has develeoped it yet. We should be lucky to have DomainKeys. Problem is, we need DKIM for yahoo and etc. Or else our mail will continue to be denied. I am trying to get MSN to start accepting mine now.
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    Official enhancement request here:
    http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/show_bug.cgi?id=6376

    Currently doesn't seem to be any activity on this enhancement request though.

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    DKIM would really help us. We're always having trouble with Yahoo! even though we implemented DomainKeys, spf and installed a Cert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistaknly View Post
    DKIM would really help us. We're always having trouble with Yahoo! even though we implemented DomainKeys, spf and installed a Cert.
    We already support DomainKeys for outgoing mail. DKIM is for incoming mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cPanelDavidG View Post
    We already support DomainKeys for outgoing mail. DKIM is for incoming mail.
    It depends on whose side you are looking at for incoming. Yahoo is receiving the DKIM key but when they do a lookback at the CPanel server it is not dealing with it (returning no confirmation information).

    Here is an explanation I found on the web.

    http://www.elandsys.com/resources/sendmail/dkim.html

    Yahoo postmaster said if my DKIM lookup and signatures were working, I would no longer be grey listed.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrf View Post
    It depends on whose side you are looking at for incoming.

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    I apologize for the ambiguity. I meant from the perspective of the cPanel/WHM server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cPanelDavidG View Post
    I apologize for the ambiguity. I meant from the perspective of the cPanel/WHM server.
    Not a problem. Do you know when DKIM will be supported in a bi-directional format (meaning CPanel sends the info and then validates it on return lookup)? Please correct me if I am missing something, as I still have quite a bit to learn about DKIM.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrf View Post
    Not a problem. Do you know when DKIM will be supported in a bi-directional format (meaning CPanel sends the info and then validates it on return lookup)? Please correct me if I am missing something, as I still have quite a bit to learn about DKIM.

    Thanks again!

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    Outgoing mail is already complete. Incoming mail is where the functionality is currently lacking.

    I don't have an ETA yet, but there is some "beta" functionality for this in the version of Exim that is currently in the EDGE build. Once our Quality Assurance team determines that it meets our quality expectations for production servers, it will propagate to our other builds.

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    Can anyone confirm if this has progressed? If so, how do I enable it?

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    Yeah, i'm hoping this will be able to be implemented on our servers as well. Just a little observation i noticed.... when I send an email from my gmail account to my yahoo account, and I look at the yahoo headers....I get a DKIM Signature in the heading. But, when I send an email from my cpanel box email account, there is obviously no DKIM signature. Obviously because it isn't implemented yet on cpanel. Since google and the like uses Dkim, it must apparantly be an important authentication tool to have in order to ensure that our email standards are at 100% as standards in the email world are becomeing continually more and more difficult to keep up with. It's just something I noticed and am confident the cpanel team notices these items too.
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    To see progress go to:
    http://changelog.cpanel.net/?revisio...how=html;pp=50

    The last one I can see is Edge on 20080814:
    DKIM and DomainKeys signing verified with all validators

    So if you want to see this you'll probably have to run Edge until it filters into the Current/Release/Stable versions.

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