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implementing DKIM

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Hi Folks! We have an SMTP relay via IIS on a Windows 2003 Server which uses its own domain. We use it to send out mass emails for clients using an email marketing application for newsletters. I now need to implement DKIM into this scenario. I don't know anything about this. Can someone send me a very simple how to guide to accomplish this? I believe these are the appropriate zones. Thanks!
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You need third party software. Microsoft doesn't even support DKIM on Exchange 2010. (I don't know about 2013).

See  http://forums.iis.net/t/1150587.aspx/1 for more info.
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Well I am using SMTP in IIS on a Windows 2003 Server machine. I am guessing that makes it less likely?
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I did end up needing a third party software and it worked out fine
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