Assuming you do have an authoritative and a resolving nameserver. The resolving nameserver (my-resolver in the following) runs Unbound. If your resolver has jeanbruenn.info in it’s cache resolving is pretty fast:
In fact I am an ISC-Fanboy and so I’ve been using BIND since I can remember. Never taken a look at different Nameservers up until a few weeks ago. A few weeks ago I did setup Unbound as resolver to take a look on how it performs and how easy it is to set it up. However, this post is just about how to setup that stuff and make sure it does DNSSEC.
I’ve just noticed that my domain-registrar published, alongside with a new interface, a form to upload DNSSEC data to the parent. Which means that I am finally able to setup DNSSEC as well. I was waiting for that for two years now.
subfolders need the same permissions as their parent folders. The following might help you:
find -type d -print0 | xargs -r0 chmod --reference .
from within a mail directory on your server
In my last two articles My first Java Application (apache commons cli) #1 and Server / Thread (threading & connection handling) #2, I’ve started to write a Policy-Daemon for Postfix. In this article I’m stumbling through postfix documentation and the RFC to create a flowchart and a state diagram for my before-queue-filter. Hence I call that „pre“-work.