InternalHosts Issue

From: Steve Jenkins <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 17:11:06 -0700

I've googled for the answer, and searched through the archives, but can't
seem to see what I'm doing wrong. It's GOTTA be something simple that I'm
overlooking. J


I have two servers: Zork and Yar. Both are running Postfix and Zork is
running OpenDKIM (2.2.0 released on 10/3/10).


Zork sends signed mail no problem and says:


"Oct 5 16:32:58 zork opendkim[23594]: 0116C15F513: DKIM-Signature header


Yar is set up to relay mail through Zork. I've added Yar's hostname (and IP
for good measure) to the InternalHosts file on Zork, but I still get this
error in Zork's maillog:


Oct 5 17:02:20 zork opendkim[437]: (unknown-jobid):
[] not internal

Oct 5 17:02:20 zork opendkim[437]: (unknown-jobid): not authenticated

Oct 5 17:02:20 zork opendkim[437]: 7DE9915F513: no signature data


Here's my /etc/opendkim.conf:



## opendkim.conf -- configuration file for OpenDKIM filter


## $Id: opendkim.conf.sample,v 1.5 2010/03/05 03:32:12 mmarkley Exp $


ADSPAction Continue

ADSPNoSuchDomain Yes

AutoRestart Yes

AutoRestartRate 10/1h

Canonicalization relaxed/relaxed

ExternalIgnoreList refile:/etc/mail/dkim/trusted-hosts

InternalHosts refile:/etc/mail/dkim/trusted-hosts

KeyTable refile:/etc/mail/dkim/keyTable

LogWhy Yes

On-Default accept

On-BadSignature accept

On-DNSError tempfail

On-InternalError accept

On-NoSignature accept

On-Security tempfail

PidFile /var/run/opendkim/

SignatureAlgorithm rsa-sha256

SigningTable refile:/etc/mail/dkim/signingTable

Socket inet:20209_at_localhost

Syslog Yes

SyslogSuccess Yes

TemporaryDirectory /var/tmp

UMask 022

UserID opendkim-milt:opendkim-milt

X-Header Yes


Here's my /etc/mail/dkim/trusted-hosts file:


I've been pulling my hair out. I'm not sure what else OpenDKIM needs to
accept Yar as "internal." Can anyone shove me in the right direction?


Thanks in advance,


Received on Wed Oct 06 2010 - 00:11:20 PST

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