Re: Majordomo & Opendkim

From: Bob <>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2014 14:21:36 -0700 (PDT)

On Wed, 9 Apr 2014, Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:

> On Wed, 9 Apr 2014, Bob wrote:
>> Is there something I can put in the cunf files to stop this!!
> If your signatures are passing, then there's nothing for you to adjust. Your
> DKIM work is done.
> This is really about DMARC. DMARC is a set of rules for detecting and
> rejecting mail that doesn't appear to be authentic. Specifically, a piece of
> mail arriving has to pass either DKIM or SPF (or both), and the identity
> verified by those schemes has to line up with what's in the From: field of
> the message. So a signature from your domain ( would only be
> useful, in DMARC terms, on mail from users at
> If your mail is being bounced because of DMARC, then one or more receivers
> has decided to start asking for enforcement of those rules. That means you
> are sending mail as domain X, but X has asked everyone to bounce mail that
> claims to be from X when it really is not.
> Are you sending mail as some domain other than
> -MSK
The only domain I am using would be I meant was for to make
a directory not signable in the same domain. This is the mailing list dir.
Received on Wed Apr 09 2014 - 21:18:52 PST

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