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Text "p=DKIM1;" is added to domain's DKIM DNS record after migration between two Plesk servers

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    b_p

    Taras Ermoshin it is now more than 6 months that this bug exists. Is there an ETA when it will be fixed? It is much appreciated if such "simple" bugs can be fixed faster. If you migrate a full server with DKIM-enabled domains, this is very annoying and time-consuming to fix.

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    canaldiego (Edited )

    @Taras Ermoshin, addin to what @b_p said, apart from being time-consuming, probably many users are not aware of this bug and after migrating will not notice the addition of the extra "p=DKIM1;", ending up with non compliant DKIM records that could cause serious mail deliverability problems.

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