From: Noel Jones (no email)
Date: Wed Sep 03 2008 - 12:19:00 EDT
shawn D.Wang wrote:
> Thanks Noel.
> But before I send to hotmail and yahoo, I have tested my dkim and spf
> by sending mail to '' and
> and here are the imformation in the head of 'autorespond+:
> Authentication-Results: ns1.qubic.net; sender-id=pass
> header.from=; spf=pass
> and the content is :
> DKIM Test: pass (1024-bit key)
> DKIM Author Signing Practice: no DNS record
> it seems my spf is passed for him, but why it does not work for hotmail?
Please don't top-post.
Hotmail (Microsoft) likes to use "SenderID" which differs
slightly from SPF. You'll have to ask hotmail about that, or
read the docs at
Send a mail to to test your
> As for the content, does it mean my _dkim record in DNS is not correct?
Apparently your DKIM was working when you sent the test mail.
You have not published the *optional* Author Signing Practices
DNS record. This record is not required, but you can see
instructions about it here:
-- Noel Jones