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No. There's a DKIMVerify method on the AntiSpam object which allows you to verify signatures by pointing out .eml files on disk, but there's no way to actually DKIM-sign messages using the API.
Ahh, the reason why I ask is because in order to write a script that performs DomainKey signing, the key needs to be RSA encrypted. Which is exactly the same type of encryption used by the DKIM signing process. Thus, it would be a simple matter to implement a script for DomainKey signing if the method were available via the COM API.