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    Question [SOLVED] Changing DKIM settings in DNS record

    Can anyone enlighten me on standard procedure for changing DKIM settings in DNS records ?

    Do I NEED to revoke the old DKIM key as described here or is just replacing it good enough ?

    If I am revoking how long should I revoke for ? And will it work to add the new DKIM key to DNS records at the same time as revoking ?

    There seems to be very little written about this that I can find.
    Last edited by dik23; 06-30-2014 at 01:32 PM.

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    Just change them.
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    Thanks for your quick responce

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    I don't seem to be able to mark this as SOLVED ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dik23 View Post
    I don't seem to be able to mark this as SOLVED ?
    It is now. That feature disappeared from the forums a long while ago but as the thread starter you should be able to edit it and change the Thread Title.
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