From: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@se...> - 2007-05-23 20:12:13
Sendmail, Inc. is pleased to announce, along with the publication of the DKIM
specification (as RFC4871), the arrival of dkim-milter v1.0.0!
Our sincere thanks go out to everyone who tested and contributed over the last
two years. This is what open source is all about!
This release doesn't add anything from the last version. However, it does fix
up some documentation problems that had been identified. It's also the first
release in which something's actually been removed, namely the "nowsp"
canonicalization method that was defined in one of the very early drafts of
DKIM but later discarded. Moreover, you can no longer specify which version of
the DKIM base draft to use when signing; only the final RFC version is
selectable from within the filter.
The next major project is the completion of comprehensive support for
verification of messages bearing multiple signatures.
The formal release notes entry:
First formal release after DKIM issued as a standard (RFC4871).
Remove "-v" command line option, which permitted selection of
the signing version.
Remove "nowsp" canonicalization option.
LIBDKIM: Define DKIM_VERSION_RFC4871 and make it the default signing
LIBDKIM: Remove DKIM_CANON_NOWSP and DKIM_VERSION_ALLMAN_BASE_00 which
defined it. Gradually, support for old versions will be
Please use the trackers and mailing lists on SourceForge to report problems or
make comments or other suggestions.
Murray S. Kucherawy ========================================= msk@...
Senior Software Engineer Sendmail, Inc. Emeryville, CA, USA
(510) 594-5400 http://www.sendmail.com