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From: Mark Martinec (Mark.Martinec+postfixijs.si)
Date: Tue Jul 24 2007 - 07:13:18 CDT
> * Wietse Venema <wietseporcupine.org>:
> > - Update the smtp_header_out() routine to insert a null terminator
> > into lines that exceed some pre-defined length (255?). The
> > "context" is a pointer to the SMTP_STATE structure with the bit
> > flags.
> But where IS the limit? Or should it be configurable as well?
It would be really nice if someone with a good Cisco relationship
or at least an effective support contract covering PIX would
find out what exactly is the problem. I heard rumors that
DKIM signatures can indeed cause PIX to disconnect, but I don't
know what aspect of the header field is problematic, and which
versions of PIX are brooken.
Finding what a CSCsg52277 bug is exactly, could be a good start.
It is ironic that Cisco is one of the main supporters of DKIM :)