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DKIM domino support on OS400 (IBM i) & AIX operating System.

It's nice to have DKIM support since 12.0.1 on Windows and Linux.

HCL documentation states that Only Linux and Windows are supported.


Can you please also provide this for operating system IBM i (AS400 /iSeries) & AIX.

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  • Jul 15 2022
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  • Guest commented
    16 Jul 12:54pm

    Are your gateway servers really AIX or OS400?
    AIX might be not that difficult to implement. But everything on OS400 is really complicated. I know what I am talking about, because a while ago I did C-API development on OS400.

    When Notes/Domino was still at IBM, the IBM Software group decided to only support Windows 64 and REHL Linux 64bit. We have been lucky that Domino switched to feature packs at that time in 9.0.1, else there would have not been any AIX or OS400 support any more.

    When HCL took over development with Domino 10.0.x they decided to keep the platforms!

    We can be really lucky to still have OS400 support and also AIX.

    SPF and DKIM are gateway features. And I don't see there are many customers running OS400 in their DMZ. AIX and OS400 are legacy enterprise platfroms. I would expect larger customers have Linux as a platfrom too.
    So I personally don't see the big need for pushing every new feature to AIX and OS400.

    It's kind of interesting, that you are asking about AIX and OS400. Are you running both?

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