Re: opendkim/postfix: no signature for emails submitted through port 25

From: Murray S. Kucherawy <>
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2013 13:42:27 -0700 (PDT)

On Mon, 18 Mar 2013, wrote:
> On smtpd side, I have a before-queue content filter (smtpd+amavisd-new
> -> backend smtpd). So I've changed few settings: provided my backend
> smtpd with a smtpd_milter, and telneted an email directly to this
> backend smtpd (port 10025 instead of 25). My email was signed.
> Unfortunately, it means that every email passing through my antispam
> filter will also be examined by milter-opendkim.
> After running things with high level of debugging, it appears that
> having a before-queue content filter like amavisd prevents the MACRO "i"
> from being populated (before-queue -> no queue ID), and I guess this has
> to do with milter-opendkim failure to sign the message.

At least from the opendkim perspective, the absence of the "i" macro does
little other than cause a warning to be logged once, and the queue ID of
the message to be omitted from the logs. The message will still be

If opendkim is being told "abort", then something else is going on.

Received on Mon Mar 18 2013 - 20:43:05 PST

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