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From: David Jonas (djonasvitalwerks.com)
Date: Mon Dec 01 2008 - 19:55:28 CST
We provide forwarding to external accounts (e.g. gmail.com) and it
appears that in some cases postfix is invalidating the DKIM signatures.
The most prominent and obvious case is eBay and PayPal where gmail is
now bouncing/dropping messages where the signature doesn't match.
I caused ebay to send an email to a gmail address and then to an address
that forwards. Doing a diff between the messages show this:
# diff -u ebay-fail.txt ebay-pass.txt
Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective
eBay and the eBay logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of eBay,
eBay is located at 2145 Hamilton Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125.
Adding a "." to that line in the version that doesn't verify causes the
message to verify.
Is there something I can do to keep postfix from altering this? Am I
barking up the right tree, or should I be verifying these and resigning
them? Should I just tell my customers, "tough luck, use your gmail
Any help is appreciated.