Can i setup somehow to send system mails trought SMTP? Or there is a way to generate DKIM key for system to send with the notifications?
please explain more in detail.
If the system send an email example account creation it use the notification sender email address from panel settings. In this case there isn't any DKIM sign on message, this is a problem for us cuz big percent of messages goes to spam.
So this is why i ask for sending system emailt trought another mail server with smtp or somehow sign the local mails with DKIM.
KeyHelp admin area -> Configuration -> Notifications -> Notification sender email address
I was run a domain with example.com in an other server where my mailing works. (Or in gsuit.)
So i can send mails from email@example.com with DKIM sign and works fine.
I create a keyhelp server with s1.example.com. Then i set the sender address to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(I now not speak about SPF record, i can set it of corse.)
In this case if the keyhelp server send an email with local postfix the DKIM sign not work, it not signed and the mailing systems detect as spam because the example.com has a default DKIM record so it would like to check it.
I know the english skill is very poor but i hope i can be understanded now.
It can be, but if i set the notification address to email@example.com still no DKIM sign on email.
And another problem if someone reply to that i cannot read the mail or set auto answer etc.