DKIM - RFC 4871 -

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Thu Jun 7 03:17:00 UTC 2007

On Wednesday 06 June 2007 01:19:36 am Ed Greshko wrote:
> Mail List wrote:
> >  DKIM is a scheme for cryptographically signing (without costly certs)
> 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
> SourceForge.
> Regards,
> Ed

DKIM is replacing domainkeys -- dk is going away and dkim is the RFC that was 
agreed upon - extending the original DK work done by yahoo. You should not 
need nor want to sign using the older domainkeys - you may wish to check the 
older DK signatires for incoming mail from those sites who have not yet 
updated from DK to DKIM - but you probably don't want to sign with the older 

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