Murray S. Kucherawy skrev, on 18-12-2007 19:11:
>> Dec 18 06:55:21 mercurius dkim-filter: (unknown-jobid): syntax error:
>> can't determine sender address
> There are legitimate reasons that can happen. For example, I've seen spam
> come in with malformed From: headers that cause this to get logged by any
> particular version of dkim-filter. The specific problem is that libdkim
> chose a header to be used to determine the sender of the message, but that
> header couldn't be parsed for a user or domain name (or both).
> I'd have to see a sample message that causes it to be sure about
> whether or not it's actually a new problem.
You're on the defensive now, I realize that ;) This does, not, ever,
occur with 2.4.0, has never occurred before with any dkim-filter version
I've ever used before, it is unique to 2.4.1.Beta0.
I can't trace any sample message without a job ID (queue message number)
in my Postfix logs. The above (unknown-jobid) was on my production machine.
On my test machine I do get a job number. Let's see:
one Maildir++ unseen, unsigned by dkim-filter;
one Maildir++ seen, signed by dkim-filter on my production machine.
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