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DKIM Signing tutorial
Posted on Oct 5, 2017 by Lasse Jäderfeldt
I made this tutorial since i was strugling with the setup myself before i got it to work. The benefit with DKIM signed email as a private email provider is that the emails will not be classified as spam as easy as if you dont have the signing.
Here are some instructions:
Setup of DKIM on hmailserver with loopia
- go to https://port25.com/dkim-wizard/
- fill in your domain name (example google.com)
- fill in your DomainKey Selector (I choose key1)
- Use 1024 bit key size since some service providers does not support 2048 yet
- Press create keys.
Now you get a screen with a public and a private key, but also an explanation below.
Open notepad/vi/Notepad++/atom or similar text editor and copy the public key. Keep “---- BEGIN…” in the copied text. Save this file as key1._domainkey.yourdomain.com .
go to your dns provider and add a subdomain to your domain. It should be named: key1_domainkey (if your key was named key1, otherwise use the name you choosed.)
Create a TXT field with no prio (0) and TTL set to 3600. Copy the public key without the “---BEGIN” and “END----” rows. Write this in the txt field in DNS:
t=s; k=rsa\; p=[insert your public key here]
SAVE and exit.
Now go back to the text on port25.com and copy the private key to a textfile. Name the file: Key1_domainkey.yourdomain.com.pem
Put the file on the server so that it can be opened by your mail software.
- open your domain setting
- go to TAB DKIM signing
- Click “Activate”
- Browse to the saved private key file
- Fill in the selector name Key1 (or whatever you named it)
- Use setting
- Press save.
Wait until your DNS has propagated the settings to you closest DNS server.
To verify that it works, go to the page: http://dkimvalidator.com/
copy the suggested e-mail address into your email software. Send the mail and head back to the webpage to see the result (after a few seconds up to 1-2 minutes afterwards)
If you have done everything right it should say ok or passed below the test text.