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    Default dkim filter for zimbra on Debian OS

    I am sure Zimbra supports DKIM filter. And there are instructions to install for RED-HAT.

    Does anyone have any source or idea on how to install it in Debian OS.

    I followed a tutorial and messed up my configuration. I believe the installation was meant for Postfix, which i believe Zimbra works on.

    Setup DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) in Postfix | Debian Tutorials

    Did anyone installed before?

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    Take your pick of these: +dkim +postfix +debian - Yahoo! Search Results

    I would like to point out that your efforts may be short lived, Debian is deprecated in ZCS 7.0.x (as well as all the 32bit versions): Open Source Edition Downloads: Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration Software by Zimbra
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    When is ZCS 7.0.x releasing.

    I guess i will reformat my drive to install Ubuntu Instead. I don't want to risk losing upgrades...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashrocks View Post
    When is ZCS 7.0.x releasing.
    You'll find target release dates on the Product Portal (please note they are target dates and not fixed dates and therefore subject to change).

    Quote Originally Posted by ashrocks View Post
    I guess i will reformat my drive to install Ubuntu Instead. I don't want to risk losing upgrades...
    The most tested (and I suspect used) versions are the RHEL builds (and therefore CentOS), my recommendation would be to use CentOS but if you're more comfortable with Debian then I guess Ubuntu LTS would be your choice?
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