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Nov
6
awarded  Scholar
Nov
6
accepted URIBL_BLOCKED despite caching nameserver
Nov
4
comment URIBL_BLOCKED despite caching nameserver
And the correct answer is: one needs to have 'nameserver 127.0.0.1' in the resolve.conf, I forgot that step. (Did you have to say it was "obvious", geez :^) ). If you edit your answer to include that I'll accept and upvote. Thanks for taking the time to help.
Nov
2
comment URIBL_BLOCKED despite caching nameserver
Good idea and thanks for suggesting it, but no luck. I also just rebooted on the theory that there must be some service that I wasn't thinking of (or aware of) that needed to be flushed or restarted. No luck with that either.
Oct
22
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
15
asked URIBL_BLOCKED despite caching nameserver
Oct
15
answered Cannot start BIND9
Sep
20
comment Designating A DKIM Signer Other Than The “From” Domain
I'm not sending from Google Apps. The emails that are a problem originate from regular Google calendar from an account based on an email from my domain. But Google Apps then rejects them as having been signed by Google rather than by my domain. Google's just signing the invites with a DKIM for "google" (there's a line in the DKIM sign in the email header that says "d=google.com"). Do I need to somehow include that selector/key in my DNS record? If so, where I do I find it? Copy from the google.com DNS record?
Sep
18
awarded  Student
Sep
18
awarded  Editor
Sep
18
revised Designating A DKIM Signer Other Than The “From” Domain
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Sep
18
asked Designating A DKIM Signer Other Than The “From” Domain
Jun
25
awarded  Supporter
Nov
27
awarded  Autobiographer