Re: AlwaysSignHeaders results in "fail"

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Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2012 22:59:34 +0200

> On Monday, June 18, 2012 06:54:37 AM Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
> > On Mon, 18 Jun 2012, wrote:
> > > Running on Debain squeeze (postfix + opendkim):
> > > opendkim 2.0.1+dfsg-1
> > > libopendkim1 2.0.1+dfsg-1
> > > postfix 2.7.1-1+squeeze1
> >
> > The "*" notation in SignHeaders was only added in OpenDKIM 2.3.0.
> That's
> > probably the cause for the error you're getting. I'll double-check that
> > later today.
> >
> > Is a newer RPM not available?
> 2.0.1 is all that was available when Debian Squeeze development froze for
> new
> releases. As, I think, someone else mentioned, it's not that hard to
> rebuild
> the 2.6.0 package that's in line for the next release to work on Squeeze.
> I
> haven't done an official backport of it because I'm not aware of a lot of
> demand.

It's me, there is demand ;-)

Question: My virtual server where I run that stuff on has very limited space and due to that there is no development/build environment installed.
Normally, I would do the backport myself or simply build a new version.
If I stay with that version, is there anything why you would say "no, don't use that version. it's buggy." Or would you say that I can stay with that version without expecting really undesired behaviour? I know, all software has bugs and things change and maybe get better and get more features. But it is simply a matter of space that I have on the server. And the other server that I use already got wheezy (so it's not the best build env for good old squeeze).


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