At 13:17 13-06-2008, Russell Bell wrote:
>Meaning it has not had anything added after composition, as
>many people have added by their MTA automatically appended
>to their messages, calling them 'signatures'.
The "signature" you see in the mail log refers to the DKIM header
which carries the signature of the signed message. If the header is
not found, a "no signature" message is logged.
From: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@se...> - 2008-06-13 23:37:45
On Fri, 13 Jun 2008, Russell Bell wrote:
> Meaning it has not had anything added after composition, as many people
> have added by their MTA automatically appended to their messages,
> calling them 'signatures'.
The DKIM signature appears as a header, and is typically added by the
filter after the user has submitted the message for transmission.
Few MUAs actually show the header by default. You may have to use a "show
all headers" feature of your mail reader to get it to appear.
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