Implementing Domain Key on my VPS

mihir

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i need help to install Domain Key on my vps. I have enabled domain keys from email authentication section in cPanel. but full header in yahoo still shows like this:

Authentication-Results: mta419.mail.mud.yahoo.com from=myserver.com; domainkeys=permerror (no key)

It also has a header for domain key signature.

DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=default; d=myserver.com;
h=Received:Received:Message-ID:Date:From:To:Subject:MIME-Version:Content-Type:Content-Disposition:Content-Transfer-Encoding:User-Agent:X-AntiAbuse:X-AntiAbuse:X-AntiAbuse:X-AntiAbuse:X-AntiAbuse;
b=SIXpQTRFXp0/FQsFYAg6m9UW5udd0fj/tEZAyHg9V4zWFkd1u+FRy3KU86nSATyjOV/NJa758frwWDvn5f4BCE/byy8v3QVh0/vQjSHQYkzb/nT3q1d5icTLBk+xCDFI;

somebody please help
 

blkjck

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Try using http://senderid.espcoalition.org/ for a test. Or try sending email to 'check-auth at verifier.port25.com' replace ' at ' with @ . Both will give you a full report.
Make sure your DNS entry default._domainkey is matching up with your public key found in /var/cpanel/domain_keys/
jack
 

Kent Brockman

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Jan 20, 2008
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I have the same problem. My DomainKeys and SPF validate correctly in ESPCoalition an other testers, but all mail sent to Yahoo is highly delayed (from hours to days).

If anybody know how to tell Yahoo if you are a valid source of mails, please share that knowledge.