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 If you have VPOP3 signing outgoing mail using Domainkeys, you should store the private keys in PEM format in a file called **domainkey_<​domain name>​_<​selector>​.key** in the VPOP3 directory. For instance **domainkey_pscs.co.uk_1.key** If you have VPOP3 signing outgoing mail using Domainkeys, you should store the private keys in PEM format in a file called **domainkey_<​domain name>​_<​selector>​.key** in the VPOP3 directory. For instance **domainkey_pscs.co.uk_1.key**
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 +VPOP3 will automatically choose the appropriate private key file depending on the sender'​s email domain.
  
 One disadvantage of Domainkeys happens if some other software alters the message content. For instance, if something adds a 'this message has been checked for viruses',​ or a company signature, then that will alter the message content so that the domainkey signature will not be verified. One disadvantage of Domainkeys happens if some other software alters the message content. For instance, if something adds a 'this message has been checked for viruses',​ or a company signature, then that will alter the message content so that the domainkey signature will not be verified.
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