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From: Wietse Venema (wietseporcupine.org)
Date: Mon Nov 22 2010 - 12:39:08 CST
> (10/11/22 14:05), vfx9as wrote:
> > >
> > > The problem is the order of processing
> > >
> > > sendmail Line splitting & CR Handling -> milter # Authentication Success
> > > postfix milter -> Line splitting & CR Handling # Authentication failure
> postfix, sendmail differences in behavior problems.
> Which Is the right process?
As replied in off-list email:
It is not my problem that you want to send mail that is close to
the protocol limit.
My job is to ensure that mail will be delivered, hence the 990
character limit on output via SMTP (not on output to mailbox).
If you want your DKIM signatures to survive, send mail with lines
< 80. The DKIM RFC recommends sending well-formatted mail, and that
is not what you are doing.
Sending mail < 80 will also avoid tripping up alarms in content
filters that detect mail from idiot application writers.