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Firstly, just for clarity on include, s5.2 of RFC 4408 says: Only the evaluated result of the referenced SPF record is used, rather than acting as if the referenced SPF record was literally included in the first. As to whether the MX RR in an included record refers to your MX, or the MX of the included domain, I cheerfully concede that OpenSPF's ...


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The email being attached to the message is the expected behaviour. That is called Envelope Journaling. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb331962(v=exchg.141).aspx "Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 supports envelope journaling only. " Therefore what you are seeing with regards to the attachment is what I would expect. If you have been seeing ...


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The answer was that I used public key in KeyFile instead of PrivateKey: KeyFile /etc/mail/dkim.key Changed to: KeyFile /etc/mail/dkim.private The problem is gone but DKIM signature is not shown on google side. There is not error log in mail.err every thing seems working on this side. I even digged TXT to see if DKIM ...


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That's all because df and du calculated used/free space in a different way. df count space used by files in the hierarchy while du counts FS's inodes. If you have rotated logfile already opened by some process, that process continues to write to the old file not the new one, because filedescriptor is associated with inode not the filename. So you have write ...


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You need to assign domains for local delivery (do.ma.in in your case) to mydestination variable in main.cf mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain, localhost, do.ma.in



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