11-09-2013, 02:33 PM #1
DKIM doesn't work with cPanel forwarders?!
DKIM should be about the domain itself -- not the accounts. However, in cPanel, I've found a flaw.
- My account is "[email protected]"
- I have [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] as forwarders.
- Using Outlook, I can have 3 "accounts". Same settings, but different reply names. (Only 1 checks, the others act as outbound only.)
- When on the road, I can check 1 account in webmail/Roundcube on an iPad, and reply as [email protected]
But DKIM doesn't sign.
DKIM only signs it when I connect (IMAP/POP) as "mybox" and show "[email protected]" as the reply address.
Have I missed a setting somewhere, or does cPanel/exim insist that DKIM happen at the account level? Because, again, that's not correct according to DKIM standards. It's about the domain, not the account.
I can do it with MailEnable on Windows with zero issues.0
02-07-2014, 04:53 PM #2Temporarily Suspended
- Join Date
- Nov 2013
I think DKIM works only with main domain in cPanel.0
02-07-2014, 05:02 PM #3
2. I never stated I was not using the "main domain".
3. DKIM works with add-on or primary domains
4. This is was resolved long ago. There was an error in Outlook, if I can remember that many months back, and not in cPanel. (I posted more, and the fix, on the cPanel.net forums.)
But thanks for trying to help.0
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