Minor issue really but a fair chunk of the emails I get from the
internals list end up in spam due to what looks like the DKIM signatures
If a message is DKIM signed, the signed part usually contains subject
and body, this is then hashed and appended to the headers, after its
been sent to the mailing list (where the signature is correct) the
mailing list then prepends [PHP-DEV] to the subject and sometimes (not
sure when but its not every request) puts an unsubscribe link in the
body. As the message content has now changed, the signature also fails
It looks like ezmlm is used, there is an option for headerremove which
DKIM-Signature could be added to
this would prevent the signature being attached and therefore pass.
I imagine this is a fairly small issue, but it seems an easy fix also
for someone with access to the mailing list.
Would it be possible for this to be applied ? as mentioned earlier this
isnt major but I can't imagine I am the only one who has failures
because of this.