Would buy professional if this was in it: DomainKeys

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Post by davevt5 » Wed May 19, 2004 5:53 pm

The wide-spread use of DomainKeys will take a long time, however this should be prioitized. My understanding is that this is quite easy to implement on the server side with Mailenables MTA.

I'm interested in hearing from the ME folks...

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Maybe, but...

Post by fmaxwell » Thu May 20, 2004 1:38 am

There are several competing efforts to modify some aspect of SMTP to deal with the spam problem and Domainkeys is certainly promising, but we don't know that it will become the dominent standard.

I know that this sounds selfish, but I'm much more interested in stopping incoming spam and there are some things that really should be implemented there first. See http://forum.mailenable.com/viewtopic.php?t=2048 for some examples of key features I'd like.

By the way, I have Mailenable Professional now and it rocks! "Wow" is about all I can think to say.

Don't wait for Domainkeys to upgrade. ME Pro is seriously good already.

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Re: Would buy professional if this was in it: DomainKeys

Post by Pickettroy1991 » Thu Nov 22, 2018 12:07 am

I now used the option to sign domain keys from the domain mail setting and now it's working. The Mail Server Setting in tools it doesn't work. I used this late IP Address: and manually adding the domain keys didn't work. I checked and the DNS txt records were automatically put.

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