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Implementing exim with domain keys

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Hi...

Please help me in setting up exim with domain keys. Please provide me a step by step guide or some link that would be more clear.

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Tricky subject. The best I could find for you is the below paragraph:

"Just download the latest Exim version and build it with the EXPERIMENTAL_DOMAINKEYS option as outlined in the "experimental features" documentation (available in the Exim tarball)."

So you should have the experimental features doc in your Exim source .tgz file - I think that's the best documentation you'll get for it. I don't have a test Linux machine available at the present so can't try it out for you.
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