From: Russell Bell <russellbell@gm...> - 2008-06-22 03:09:59
dkim-filter returns this error to the log. After a few instances of getting
the same error it quits. I can restart by hand and it runs without problem.
What does this error mean?
The first time I sent this message it didn't go through.
From: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@se...> - 2008-06-22 05:11:04
On Sat, 21 Jun 2008, Russell Bell wrote:
> dkim-filter returns this error to the log. After a few instances of
> getting the same error it quits.
> I can restart by hand and it runs without problem.
It shouldn't quit just from that. Mine has been running since June 11th
and has logged that message three times today alone.
Do you have a coredump or other forensics that might explain what
> What does this error mean?
It means the filter did a DKIM ASP query looking for sender policy for
some domain, but the record it got back was missing required value(s).
This can be caused by a malformed ASP advertisement by a sending domain,
but is more likely caused by a domain with a wildcard TXT record, usually
advertising an SPF policy (which doesn't match ASP syntax).
> The first time I sent this message it didn't go through.
One of mine was dropped earlier today as well. I think SourceForge is
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