Exchange DKIM Signer adds support to Microsoft Exchange Server for applying a DomainKeys Identified Mail signature to outgoing messages.
DKIM is an email authentication method that can help detect forged sender addresses in email, a technique often used in phishing and email spam. It's often used along with other email authentication methods such as SPF and DMARC.
Exchange DKIM Signer is 'clean' - it doesn't contain any advertising or send any telemetry. The configuration tool includes an online check (to GitHub) to see whether a new version is available, and has a download and install feature.
Exchange DKIM Signer is compatible with the following versions of Microsoft Exchange Server:
If you require support for earlier versions of Exchange, use Exchange DKIM Signer 3.3.4.
Currently, Windows Server Core is not recommended when used with Exchange Server 2019 as Exchange DKIM Signer uses a GUI configuration tool.
The Agent signs outgoing emails from your Exchange server according to the DKIM specifications. It uses the DKIM signing implementation from the MimeKit project.
Full documentation is available in the Wiki.