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Set DKIM in Kerio Connect

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In Kerio you can easily enable DKIM.

  • Go to the domain name settings.
  • Tick that you want to do DKIM
  • Put the generated public key in the DNS.

It may take a while for Kerio Connect to see the DNS change and will give a notification. Please check again tomorrow.

When this message is gone, all outgoing messages are provided with a signature in the header so the recipient can check that you are actually allowed to mail from that domain name.

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