Re: proper syntax for SenderHeaders in opendkim.conf

From: Doug Barton <>
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2015 14:15:17 -0700

On 4/22/15 1:44 PM, Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
> 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?

Yes please. :)

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