Configuring the DKIM signature when migrating to Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway 2.0 MR1

23 May 2024

ID 237700

When updating the application to a newer version, we recommend you configure a DKIM signature in Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway 2.0 MR1 and use it alongside the DKIM signature for Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway 1.1. This will let you carry out a seamless migration to Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway 2.0 MR1.

Configuring the DKIM signature when migrating from Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway 1.1 to version 2.0 MR1 involves the following steps:

  1. Creating or importing a DKIM key in the installed Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway 2.0 MR1 application
  2. Retrieving a DNS record for a public DKIM key
  3. Adding the retrieved DNS record to the settings of your DNS server

As a result, both versions of the application will be adding DKIM signatures to messages, each with its own DKIM key.

See also

DKIM signature for outgoing messages

Creating the DKIM key

Viewing DKIM key information

Importing the DKIM key from file

Deleting the DKIM key

Retrieving a DNS record for a public DKIM key

Adding a DKIM key to DNS server settings

Did you find this article helpful?
What can we do better?
Thank you for your feedback! You're helping us improve.
Thank you for your feedback! You're helping us improve.