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Comodo will send a mail to this address which contains a validation link and a unique validation code.
You can confirm domain control by clicking the link and following the instructions on the page that this link opens.
Note 2: Authorization Domain Name in the example above means the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) contained in the certificate.
If you are ordering a MDC or UCC, each FQDN in the certificate MUST have the txt file in placed in its /.well-known/pki-validation/ folder.
This functionality is very useful for doing "real time" email address validation when email addresses are posted from web forms.
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There hasn't been demand for what you ask in the 17 years that people have used Postfix.
You can use the S3 DCV interface to automate the file creation, file upload and file checking processes: To complete DCV using this method: 1. Click 'Submit' to register this choice with Comodo 3. If you want to handle this process manually then there are more instructions at https://support.comodo.com/index.php?
/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/791/0/ In short, you need to create a plain-text (.txt) file according to the following specifications: Note 1: DCV will fail if any redirection is in place.
With Exim installed, I could just do a "sendmail -bv [hidden email]" and check the exit code.
With Postfix installed, the exit code is always 0 and the result of the lookup is emailed to me instead.
For mail flow to work correctly, your connectors must be validated and turned on.