does anyone of you know who maintains metrics.o.o?
And the log file parsing for this site?
Dr.-Ing. Axel K. Braun
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Some/many people use DKIM signatures when posting to our lists, with or
without their knowledge. Once we have received a message, we make some
modifications - change Subject, append text, remove headers, which
invalidates the signature, potentially causing a reject.
I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on $SUBJ ? as far as I can
see, it could potentially improve on the current situation, although I
have not heard of many problems. I suspect most mail admins are well
aware of the issue with mailing lists and DKIM, DMARC et al.
As an experiment, I have already implemented $SUBJ for a couple of our
lists, opensuse, opensuse-support and opensuse-factory.
Per Jessen, Zürich (17.9°C)
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