Re: OpenDKIM: no MTA name match (host=myhost.mydomain.com, MTA=myhost.mydomain.com)

From: Pau Peris <pau_at_webeloping.es>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2014 12:21:51 +0100

Thanks a lot,

when i first configured OpenDKIM i was really doubtfull about what value
should a place here, Googling a bit i ended up with the MSA value but today
i still don't know which is/are the correct/s value/s to place here for a
host which send and signs email for multiple hosts and domains. Based on
your experienced, what do you think is the best setting here?

Kind regards,


On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 11:55 AM, Murray S. Kucherawy <msk_at_blackops.org>wrote:

> On Thu, 13 Feb 2014, Pau Peris wrote:
>
>> thanks a lot for you explanation. As i understand, the list of FQDNs
>> you're
>> talking about are the ones provided by such directive value, right?
>>
>> InternalHosts /etc/dkim/trusted-hosts
>>
>> As you can see i'm sharing the same file for ExternalIgnoreList directive.
>>
>> ExternalIgnoreList /etc/dkim/trusted-hosts
>>
>
> It's neither of these. I was talking about the "MTA" setting, which in
> your configuration file contains only the name "MSA", which doesn't match
> the daemon name your MTA is using. There's thus no match, hence the log
> file entry.
>
> -MSK




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