Added SMTP-AUTH / TLS now mail doesn't sign

From: Steve Jenkins <steve_at_stevejenkins.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2010 15:19:55 -0800

I don't know if it's correlated at all or not, but my outgoing mail stopped
signing today. I'm now getting:

result = fail
Details: bad RSA signature

When I send a test message to Brandon Chekett's test site.

The only thing I did was add SMTP-AUTH and TLS to the mail server today, to
allow me to send signed mail from Outlook through the server. But that
shouldn't have had anything to do with the DKIM keys, right?

Just to be safe, I rebuilt the keys and re-pasted it into my DNS records,
but I'm still not validating. Here's the output:

Message contains this DKIM Signature:
DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed; d=gamerid.com;
        s=default; t=1289344613;
        bh=CeOXUmmaZVBX6bLQFr/bZf4dIgxjeC2x+dk9kfZySTs=;
        h=From:To:Subject:Date:Message-ID:MIME-Version:Content-Type;
        b=gNZEHs0OvdtFfvEzknvasPgKt6c2JLDXcsCCO5N3FQBQ0cam8EcaxRr6mskqnQwUd
         utW/bBKNapKTrZdZCzYulYcZoZwh7cYfyXcFVEK8+BNd5Xg2as1xaG19q2NPgR39t4
         lFrufMBhvkfZt26FMs90WZ110bc85hAVY1bIZAIY=


Signature Information:
v= Version: 1
a= Algorithm: rsa-sha256
c= Method: relaxed/relaxed
d= Domain: gamerid.com
s= Selector: default
q= Protocol:
bh= CeOXUmmaZVBX6bLQFr/bZf4dIgxjeC2x+dk9kfZySTs=
h= Signed Headers:
From:To:Subject:Date:Message-ID:MIME-Version:Content-Type
b= Data:
gNZEHs0OvdtFfvEzknvasPgKt6c2JLDXcsCCO5N3FQBQ0cam8EcaxRr6mskqnQwUd
         utW/bBKNapKTrZdZCzYulYcZoZwh7cYfyXcFVEK8+BNd5Xg2as1xaG19q2NPgR39t4
         lFrufMBhvkfZt26FMs90WZ110bc85hAVY1bIZAIY=
Public Key DNS Lookup


Building DNS Query for default._domainkey.gamerid.com
Retrieved this publickey from DNS: v=DKIM1; r=postmaster; g=*; k=rsa;
p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCYOwbSHrlOjF3EOsFkNa2cRuhUxuNDNQyEDz
cCv3X58jJ6DeqzdOPR5pWR0aw7+KdQMwU6O50F2F/k+wv73j6d1u2gY5pa0Bmv3IuEpNxpCTANi+
9pdIuCAv1O7XooSW1f9myQFcykEX23g/5IH9GQ9UABIim8clA/Se2UO0A7TwIDAQAB
Validating Signature

result = fail
Details: bad RSA signature

Any ideas????

Thanks,

Steve
Received on Tue Nov 09 2010 - 23:20:05 PST

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