From: SM <>
Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2010 16:13:45 -0800

Hi Roman,
At 15:58 24-01-10, Roman Gelfand wrote:
>The followoing line I found in the header after I sent an email from
>my gmail account to my server.
>Authentication-Results:; dkim=pass (1024-bit key)
>; dkim-adsp=none
>I am not sure how to read it. Was it checking gmail's domain keys or mine?

It verified DKIM for the message that was signed by DKIM
is not DomainKeys.

>If there is no domain keys in the header, dkim
>"Authentication-Results:" don't appear?

That header will not be inserted then.

>If I am only verifying domain keys, and don't sign, does my local dns
>require to have public key txt record?

No, you only need the public key TXT record in DNS if you are signing.

Received on Mon Jan 25 2010 - 00:14:10 PST

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