MailerQ can run on different Linux environments. Each environment requires a slightly different installation process.
MailerQ supports two systems Debian and Red Hat based systems. Which versions of those systems are able to run MailerQ are listed below. Choose which systems and version applies to you and start installing MailerQ!
For every key, you can specify a signing domain, selector, additional headers to include, FROM-address to match on, and the signature type (DKIM or ARC). You can use the Management Console to manage DKIM keys or you can provide the key in the message JSON.
MX Pattern Groups can be used to group domains more generically. Instead of requiring all MX records to match exactly, you can specify a pattern which should be used to match. This means that heavily load-balanced domains that point to the same pool of servers can be treated as a single domain.
IP Pools allow you to group a set of IPs under one name (a pool). This allows for management or preview of a whole group at once. These pools can also be used when injecting emails, instead of specifying individual IP addresses.
Local email addresses enable you to publish incoming messages to a queue in RabbitMQ based on the specified recipient address. This can for example be used to publish DMARC reports or any other inbound messages to certain queues to be consumed by some other application.