Re: OpenDKIM: no MTA name match (,

From: Pau Peris <>
Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2014 00:48:32 +0100

Thanks a lot Murray,

Your help was great. No price. :)

Sent from my Android mobile, excuse the brevity.
On Feb 14, 2014 10:26 PM, "Murray S. Kucherawy" <> wrote:

> On Fri, 14 Feb 2014, Pau Peris wrote:
>> thanks a lot for your explanation, now i understand it a lot better. Just
>> to
>> conclude, right now i've setted MTA so as for your
>> explanation i understand opendkim is going to sign each email which is
>> delivered from, is that right?
> Yes, but in reality since you have the InternalHosts setting matching the
> sources of your email, it's probably not using the MTA setting because it's
> checked after InternalHosts. Only one of those tests needs to be satisfied
> for signing to happen.
> If it comes the day where i have Postfix on multiple machines then i
>> could set MTA submission, smtps, etc so it signs emails based on port and
>> not on host, is that right?
> If you have postfix on multiple machines, they would probably all match
> InternalHosts, so again it's not useful. It's really only useful if you're
> listening on multiple interfaces or multiple ports of the same machine, and
> you want to sign for some but not all of them.
> I really don't think you need this at all.
> -MSK
Received on Fri Feb 14 2014 - 23:48:48 PST

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