Re: proper syntax for SenderHeaders in opendkim.conf

From: Murray S. Kucherawy <>
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2015 13:44:20 -0700 (PDT)

On Wed, 15 Apr 2015, Arnoldas Brazys wrote:
> I didn't get it. How do I sign emails based on Sender header (on behalf),
> wildcard does not fit, as I have a lot of keys in my opendkim setup. I need
> opendkim to use correct key/domain what is in Sender header.
> In v2.9.0 I am happy with using this:
> SenderHeaders Sender,From
> As "SenderHeaders" is deprecated in 2.10
> How do I correctly convert to newest version?

I've been giving this some background thought. The reason this went out
with the removal of ADSP is that there's been some history about "who
sent the message" that's tied to policy mechanisms that go back as far as
DomainKeys. When ADSP got ejected, this feature went out along with it,
possibly in error.

In a pure sense, there's no "sender" for a message in terms of DKIM. From
that angle, this was the right thing to do. But the filter itself offers
a lot of features that exceed pure DKIM. From that angle, I could see
restoring this feature.

What do others think?

Received on Wed Apr 22 2015 - 20:44:36 PST

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