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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by bizguy, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. bizguy

    bizguy Registered Member

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    Can anyone please explain to me what dkim, domain keys, spf are and how to acquire them also are they things for linux or windows servers or both? Also do i need to have a domain attached to an IP to be able to send to AOL etc.?
     
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    Rumborak Junior Member

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    If you want to get your emails into the inbox, then you should have a fix IP. This IP needs to get warmed up to get a good reputation with the ISP's. You do that through sending SPAM-free, quality content emails frequently and to clean lists.
    IF you want to send can-SPAM, then I recommend to send through a SMTP server, which keeps care of your reputation. You can try for example SMTP.com or Socketlabs.

    Some info about SPF:
    http://www.socketlabs.com/articles/show/email-authentication-guide?page=3
    http://www.activecampaign.com/spf/
    http://www.kitterman.com/spf/validate.html
     
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  3. bizguy

    bizguy Registered Member

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    what about DKIM and domain keys?
     
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    dog-tag BANNED BANNED

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    Take a read of this -
    http://gcg1blogspotcom.hubpages.com/hub/Super-Interspire-Server-Rotating-IPs-with-PostFix

    I had this saved on my browser, might help you out a bit
     
  5. bizguy

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    It doesnt make sense though if i have 13 ips and each subdomain has IEM i can just send directly from those setups can i not?
     
  6. dog-tag

    dog-tag BANNED BANNED

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    does each sub domain have it's own IP address?

    The script should rotate through the domains and IP's for you.
    Please see kickapoohs thread, it's very helpful.