DKIM - RFC 4871 -
Ed.Greshko at greshko.com
Wed Jun 6 05:19:36 UTC 2007
Mail List wrote:
> DKIM is a scheme for cryptographically signing (without costly certs) both
> the body and a suite of headers in email that seems is likely to become
> farily standard and already has decent and growing support, most notably
> yahoo/cisco. The public keys are distributed via DNS.
> Now that DKIM is officially RFC 4871 (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4871.txt) it
> probably makes sense to include the baseline DKIM milter as a package in
> fedora - I wonder if the sendmail maintainer would consider adding this
> package to F7 ? This milter allows signing and checking of dkim signatures
> and the ability to set the accept/reject policy for incoming email.
FWIW, you may really want dk-milter since the README in dkim-milter states.
DomainKeys signing is not provided in this package. To sign your mail
with DomainKeys, download and install the "dk-milter" package from
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