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Purpose A DKIM handle is returned by successful calls to dkim_sign() and dkim_verify(), and passed to all of the message processing functions. It contains per-message context-specific information about the message. When processing of the message is complete, it must be destroyed using a call to dkim_free().
  • More than one DKIM handle may exist at any given time. There is no memory shared between these handles, so two different handles may be concurrently accessed in separate threads.

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