…or how did anyone approve this design?
This graphic may help if you’re trying to setup a Gmail DKIM key using this instruction and having thoroughly searched all the icons, the handburger menu and the thing with 3-vertical dots on the right…
Sign into your Google Apps Admin console, then select Apps -> Google Apps -> Gmail -> Authenticate email
Here we are, all signed in. So where is Apps? (click to zoom in)
Continue reading “Missing Google Apps admin console menu items”
DKIM isn’t too hard to setup, but there’s a crucial typo in several tutorials – including this otherwise excellent one for Debian – which may leave you scratching your head to as why the header with the signature is missing from your outgoing emails (and with no error messages in Exim’s log.)
DKIM_FILE = /etc/exim4/dkim/example.com-private.pem
DKIM_PRIVATE_KEY = /etc/exim4/dkim/example.com-private.pem
If you look closely in the remote_smtp config, you’ll see which constants it reads in (dkim_private_key = DKIM_PRIVATE_KEY) – but it’s easy to miss. Or to put it another way, the names of the constants used don’t matter, provided code elsewhere in the configuration files is looking for the matching definitions.
On Debian, when you run sudo update-exim4.conf, the output is written to /var/lib/exim4/config.autogenerated
If something’s not working, check your changes have been copied there.
You can have a situation where all the split config files (the directories under /etc/exim4/conf.d/) exist, but Exim is running in unsplit mode, so only /etc/exim4/exim4.conf.template will actually be read. Run sudo dpkg-reconfigure exim4-config to fix this (or check the db_use_split_config line in /etc/exim4/update-exim4.conf.conf)