cr at sys4.de
Wed Nov 21 11:33:22 CET 2012
>>>> For this reason I turned the order of the milters. First OpenDKIM, second Amavis. So now OpenDKIM sees mail and always treats them as "no spam". It stores information in a flat file, which in turn is inserted into a database on a cron job basis. To correct the mistake of "each mail is no spam", I must store spam mails in quarantine _and_ reject the mail.
>>> Hi Christian, let the apps do what they made vor , why care OpenDKIM
>>> sees something than spam or not, it should do sign and verify dkim sigs,
>>> that an option exist must not mean that it is a good idea to use it in
>>> every setup
>> I have sent you an offlist mail.
>> This is part of OpenDKIM and I want to follow the idea of a DKIM reputation database, which exactly has been developed in OpenDKIM.
> yeah ,what i mean, somebody may adapt this features direct in the
> amavis framework for better handling
Two reasons why I prefer OpenDKIM for DKIM stuff:
think about a distributed environment. You may run milters not always on the same machine. And second I prefer OpenDKIM, as I can do the whole Key management in a LDAP database.
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