Fw: Does Cleanup (or something) change message body line endings?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam Jones" <sam_jones90@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 6:23 PM
Subject: Does Cleanup (or something) change message body line endings?
> Good afternoon,
> I've just been troubleshooting an issue with the php mail() function and
> Keeping it short and to the point it appears that DKIM can be broken
> because something (assuming Cleanup) changes the line endings in the
> body section of the mail after it has been signed.
> What I noticed (eventually.....) was that text areas in forms submitted
> to a PHP script contained line endings \r\n. These were passed through
> to the Postfix sendmail implementation care of the php mail() function
> where it went:
> pickup,cleanup,qmgr,smtp,smtpd,smtp before going into: dkimproxy.out
> Then, after signing it went:
> But by the time it arrived with the recipient the body had changed (not
> apparent to the eye) and this was happening:
> dkim=neutral (body hash did not verify)
> Now, if I manually strip the line endings \r\n and replace them a plain
> newline \n, it works perfectly suggesting something strips the line
> endings if the are \r\n after it has been signed.
> Initially I thought 'it won't be Postfix doing this' and I checked:
> http://www.postfix.org/cleanup.8.html to make sure it was not
> documented. The only fly in the ointment of that train of thought was
> another Postfix that I tested against (so I had Postfix to Postfix)
> where I got:
> (amavisd-new); dkim=softfail (fail, message has been altered)
> It's not a big issue, it's easy to filter out the spurious \r coming in
> from PHP, but I'd just like to know for my own piece of mind that I'm
> not going mad and that something is doing a little house-keeping here?
> Thank you, in advance, for any replies.
just curious, why you are behind Yahoo with an internal ip?