Mailing list & Gmail

David Given dg at
Fri Jul 10 15:09:21 CEST 2020

Trying to preserve the original DKIM signature is unlikely to work ---
Mailman tends to regenerates the headers and body from parsed copies so the
details of the formatting can change, which breaks the signature. The only
thing which actually works here is to strip the DKIM signature (preferably
after checking it) and resigning the message when Mailman sends it. See for

On Fri, 10 Jul 2020 at 03:09, Sam via Cin <cin at>

> Hi Cinelerra friends,
> As some of you have already noticed, modifications to Mailman were
> necessary to get Gmail users back. To avoid spam, the major email
> providers use methods like SPF, DKIM and DMARC.
> We have adapted our mailing list so that the subject line and footer are
> no longer changed, i.e. the abbreviation [Cin] and the old familiar
> footer are missing. Thus DKIM is not broken and we are not classified as
> spam. We have also made other changes to meet modern requirements.
> Furthermore, only the mailing list address appears as the sender.
> We will gain more experience with the new procedures and if necessary we
> will make further optimizations. If you have any problems or other
> questions, please contact me.
> Sam

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