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       opendkim-testmsg - DKIM message tst


       opendkim-testmsg  [-C]  [-d domain] [-K] [-k keypath] [-s selector] [-t


       opendkim-testmsg signs or verifies an input message.  This  is  similar
       to  the  test mode for opendkim(8) except that it does not use the same
       configuration system or milter  interface.   Rather,  it  is  a  direct
       access to the DKIM library with those functions "out of the way".

       The message is read from standard input.  In signing mode, the complete
       signed  message  will  then  be  written  to  standard  output.    When
       verifying, there will be no output unless an error occurred.

       To  sign  a  message,  the -d, -k and -s settings in the SYNOPSIS above
       must be provided.  If all of them are absent, the input message will be
       verified.  If some but not all are present, an error is returned.


       -C     If  specified,  the  signature header field generated in signing
              mode will be  line-terminated  with  carriage-return  line-feed,
              instead of just line-feed.

       -d domain
              Names  the  domain  in  which  signing  is  to  be  done.   More
              specifically, names the domain in which the public key  matching
              the provided private key would be found in a live test.

       -K     Arranges  to  keep  temporary  files  generated  during  message
              canonicalization for debugging purposes.

       -k keypath
              Specifies the path to the private key file which should be  used
              to sign the input message.

       -s selector
              Names  the  selector  within the specified domain that should be
              included in the signature.

       -t path
              Specifies the directory in  which  temporary  files  are  to  be
              created.  The default is /tmp.


       This  man page covers the version of opendkim-testmsg that shipped with
       version 2.9.2 of OpenDKIM.


       Copyright (c)  2011-2013,  The  Trusted  Domain  Project.   All  rights



       RFC6376 - DomainKeys Identified Mail

                          The Trusted Domain Project       opendkim-testmsg(8)

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