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    'Domain keys' - anyone use this?

    Someone has suggested that our Exchange server/mail domain ought to use Domain Keys, or Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM).

    Does anyone have any experience of using this, very particularly with Exchange Server 2003?

    Or is it likely to be a 'future objective', to be ignored until everyone else has pioneered it?! (If it ever takes off, that is...)

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    Re: 'Domain keys' - anyone use this?

    We're running it on our MDaemon server, but I've no experience of using Exchange Server. It seems to be working, but then I'm not sure what to look for to see if it's not <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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    Re: 'Domain keys' - anyone use this?

    On a similar subject, do you - or anyone else - use DNS Black Listing?

    I've been using it for some time now, totally unaware of the amount of trash it blocked. It wasn't until yesterday when I had to trace why an important customer's emails weren't getting through that I discovered how (over?)efficient it is. Mind you, it was their own fault for using a 'cheap' service provider - no reputable company should get black-listed, and certainly not for the period of time the black-listing had been in place.

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