On Thursday 18 December 2008 1:47:01 pm Michael Scheidell wrote:
> might be generic listserver issues, but I noticed that at least on 
> freebsd-jail list, it does NOT strip out dkim/domainkeys signatures.
> 
> that might not be to bad, but it does 'mung' the headers, so dkim signed 
> email passed through freebsd mailing list server comes back as a forged 
> signature.

Probably depends, how and with what software you check it. At least, 
SpamAssassin responds correctly to this signature:

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> whoever is working on the listservers can contact me for assistance on 
> it.  maybe just a postfix header IGNORE rule would strip it back out.

Talking about Mailman configuration, personally I would like if these 
mailinglists here had 'subject_prefix', something like
[FreeBSD-QUESTIONS:%d] 



Greetings,
O.K.



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