On 11/26/2015 09:10 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
> Stefan Kaltenbrunner <ste...@kaltenbrunner.cc> writes:
>> that seems entirely doable with our current infrastructure (and even
>> with minimal-to-no hackery on mj2) - but it still carries the "changes
>> From:" issue :/
> Yeah. What do you think of the other approach of trying to preserve
> validity of the incoming DKIM-Signature (in particular, by not changing
> the Subject or message body)?
well not changing the subject seems like something we could do without
fuss - not changing the body would likely mean we would (again) get a
number of people asking "how do I unsubscribe", but maybe we will have
to live with that.
As for google/gmail - it seems they are indeed moving towards p=reject
so we have to do "something" anyway (before June 2016) - I have not
actually studied the referenced ietf drafts mentioned in the second post
yet so maybe there is something in there to help with our usecase...
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