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Setting up DKIM with Google apps shouldn't affect your other e-mails. That said, you should set up DKIM on the webserver as well, so your password resets etc. benefit from the reputation boost DKIM gives.
DKIM itself does not in fact have any link between the signing domain and the RFC5322.From address, nor any address listed in any of the mail headers. For proof of this, see for example section 4.1 of RFC 5585 as well as this blog post from FastMail where they mention they have been using their own domain to sign outgoing mail for their customers' domains. ...
Don't associate your regular email domain with e-mail campaigns However well maintained and legitimate the distribution lists, any sufficiently large mailing may be classified by sufficient people and/or systems as spam that it can result in blacklisting you regular e-mail. You don't want to deal with either sending large volumes of mail using your ...
Unless your origin is ".", you need a trailing period on the hostname. Also it's odd to add FQDNs to a zone file. Usually you just use RDNs and let the origin fill in the rest. If you're going to keep needing to do BIND administration, might I suggest picking the definitive book on the subject: DNS and BIND. Previous editions cover what you need as well, ...
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