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Mail from domain aliases is not signed with domainkey

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by hgmichna, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. hgmichna

    hgmichna Basic Pleskian

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    I have several domain aliases that use mail. The main domain has domainkeys enabled, and the domainkeys have been tested and work fine.

    However, for the domain aliases the server does not add a domainkey signature to the headers of outgoing mails. Domainkeys are working only for one domain, the main one.

    This is pretty bad, because mail from these domains will be rejected by other domainkeys-enabled mail servers.

    I was unable to find a workaround. Promoting the domain aliases to full, independent domains would solve the domainkeys problem, but then they would no longer point to the same virtual Apache server, and so would not work for me. Does anybody know a workaround?

    How do I effectively report such a defect to Plesk? What's your experience with Plesk fixing defects?

    Hans-Georg
     
  2. XenoDave

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    Sounds like you are having the same problem as this thread.
    http://forum.swsoft.com/showthread.php?t=54233&highlight=domainkeys

    The best I can read out of this is that it is not fixed.
    I just ran a test myself. I have a single domain on a single IP with DomainKeys turned on for it.
    I sent another email out, from a different domain, from on a different IP, and it was also received from my gmail account.
    Looking at the message body, not domainkey header was applied to the email on the second domain.
    Which is what I expected.

    Since I don't know what the root problem is, that's as best as I can test with live sites running.

    [[ Correction ]]
    I found an update, looks like it is fixed.
    http://forum.swsoft.com/announcement.php?f=358

    Please confirm here:
    http://forum.swsoft.com/showthread.php?t=56710
     
  3. hgmichna

    hgmichna Basic Pleskian

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    You'd better read it first.

    A nonsense test, entirely unrelated.

    Nothing to confirm, again totally unrelated. Don't drink and write.
     
  4. hgmichna

    hgmichna Basic Pleskian

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    Retest with latest Plesk version - defect still there

    Just upgraded to Plesk Control Panel version psa v8.6.0_build86080930.08 os_SuSE 10.1 and retested---defect still there.
     
  5. XenoDave

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    Sorry my drunkin typing wasn't helpful.
    So it's unrelated to all the other DomainKey issues reported in this forum?
     
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