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Hi, I have a centOS based VPS running Cpanel. I have been looking at the DomainKeys feature, and it looks to me like CPanel just applies the signatyre to outgoing ...
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    DomainKeys and WHM/Cpanel - DNS Records


    Hi,

    I have a centOS based VPS running Cpanel.

    I have been looking at the DomainKeys feature, and it looks to me like CPanel just applies the signatyre to outgoing mail - there isn't any policy for DKIM on incoming mail - are my observations correct?

    Also, the DNS record cpanel adds for each enabled domain is

    default._domainkey in TXT blahblahblah...

    Now, I have read that generic domainkey records (i.e. those that apply to the whole domain without being user specific) should be

    _ssp._domainkey in TXT blahblahblah...

    I know domainkeys is still an emerging standard, and I know this isn't a cpanel support forum, but I just wondered if any of you lovely people knew if the records being set up on my domains at the moment are correct, or are only working as they have been deprecated?

    Steve

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    Use the script
    /usr/local/cpanel/bin/domain_keys_installer username
    username is that which belongs to the domain
    thats it check it with yahoo or google .. it must not be neutral
    if u have a issue with domain keys download here
    DomainKey Library and Implementor's Tools
    Regards
    David Anand
    -->Success is the list of failures ...!!!

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