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Re: Signing-milter - are postfix tampering with messages?
- Subject: Re: Signing-milter - are postfix tampering with messages?
- From: "A. Schulze" <sca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 06:51:30 +0100
I have a problem with signing-milter (http://www.signing-milter.org)
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No. We are signing thousend of messages per day and no receiver is complaining about invalid signatures.that seem to be that postfix “sabotage” the signed mail in its post-processing by doing something with the newlines.
( signing-milter-20130311 + postfix-[2.x.y ... 3.0.0] )As Wietse & Claus mentioned it's likely your input is not well formated: garbage in -> garbage out.
the B flag is described as: -bCauses signing-milter to not break headerlines after a ; Header lines moved inside a mime-container while signing must not be longer then 76 characters. This switch disables the autobreak before signing.
-b is perfect to /generate/ garbage. I consider to remove that switch in a future release.