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by someone_else
Fri May 25, 2007 8:24 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

well...

Well, if you have filters which alter the message, then you will probably run into one of two problems: - if you have DKeyEvent run first, the signatures on your outgoing messages might fail verification - if you have DKeyEvent run last, then incoming messages might fail verification So I guess it's...
by someone_else
Wed May 23, 2007 9:06 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

DKeyEvent 0.4.6

DKeyEvent 0.4.6 has been released. Changes in this version: - updated: DKIM specification - added: option to ProcessWebmailMessages - fixed: bug in authentication routine Notes: The final version of the DKIM specification has been released today as RFC4871. The DomainKeys specification has also bee...
by someone_else
Wed May 09, 2007 1:38 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

webmail and DKeyEvent

Just a quick note, here, since other people have been asking about this: an option to enable webmail processing will be added in the next release, though it will continue to be officially unsupported. Until then, a special build which has webmail processing enabled is available on request (simply se...
by someone_else
Thu Apr 26, 2007 5:07 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

specials builds are generally an option

Well, over the week-end I might put together a special build of DKeyEvent on which the SF connector is enabled. Again, I can't offer any guarantees concerning how (or if) this will work, but if you wish to test it, feel free to drop me an email (at someone_else at exhalus.net).
by someone_else
Thu Apr 26, 2007 4:31 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

SMTP and SF

none of the mail sent from the ME webmail is getting signed. Am i right in thinking that is because dkevent doesn't see it as originating from the smtp connector? Yes, you are correct. DKeyEvent was built around SMTP*, so it will actually ignore calls from other connectors. I'm not sure whether thi...
by someone_else
Wed Apr 25, 2007 2:37 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

authentication

By default, DKeyEvent will only sign messages which it verifies as having used authentication during SMTP. For whitelist relaying, you should consider turning on IgnoreMESenderAuth in dkeyevent.ini.
by someone_else
Sun Apr 22, 2007 9:41 am
Forum: MailEnable Standard Edition
Topic: Anyone tried the lockdown patch yet?
Replies: 15
Views: 13413

some issues, yes

I had some problems with the patch as well. Installation went fine, but after I manually stopped the SMTP and POP3 services from the ME console, they would no longer start again. I had to change the credentials they were running as back to the default system account.
by someone_else
Sat Apr 14, 2007 2:29 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

...

What files will your .exe install when i run it? Two executables (dkeyevent.exe and setup.exe), two DLLs (from OpenSSL), documentation (in CHM format) and a bunch of INI files. All of these are placed in the DKeyEvent installation folder, so it doesn't install anything system-wide. How straightforw...
by someone_else
Thu Apr 05, 2007 6:43 am
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

authentication

DKeyEvent does rely quite a bit on authentication. With DKIM you are given some measure of control over how strict the authentication is, but with DomainKeys strict authentication is required* before any message will be signed. This is demanded by the DomainKeys protocol. *Basically, only mail whose...
by someone_else
Mon Mar 19, 2007 3:18 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: Out-of-Office email automation for MailEnable [v 0.1.8]
Replies: 68
Views: 165285

Out-of-Office 0.1.8

Version 0.1.8 of the Out-of-Office utility is now available. This revision fixes an issue with MailEnable installations which do not use the default paths. Thanks to Michael Seibold for discovering the issue and providing a fix. Note that only the English version has been updated. If you wish to us...
by someone_else
Tue Feb 20, 2007 9:49 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: MESPAMC - OK / MESPAMCMD - NOTOK
Replies: 2
Views: 6196

MESpamCmde

Assuming that by MESpamCMD you mean MESpamCmde, then you should be aware of the fact that development for the MESpamCmde branch is on hiatus; you'll note that the version number of the *mde is lower than that of the standard pickup event. The main reason for this is that there doesn't seem to be muc...
by someone_else
Wed Jan 24, 2007 6:35 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

Re: Slightly worrying...

If Google can't get the sig format right, what are the chances of getting the system widely accepted/trusted? It's strange; Google signatures used to be fine some time ago, yet now they are truly broken. And it's not a matter of interpreting the specification either - the latest DomainKeys spec (dr...
by someone_else
Wed Jan 24, 2007 1:58 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

Re: ...

What is the practical effect of the t=y flag, and should I keep it now I'm confident it's all set up right? The t=y tag indicates that your domain is only testing DomainKeys, and as such, broken signatures should be ignored. Once you are confident that your signatures are ok, you should remove this...
by someone_else
Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:01 am
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

...

The reflector at sendmail.net does not support the latest DKIM specs, so it will simply ignore your DKIM signatures.
by someone_else
Tue Jan 23, 2007 5:43 pm
Forum: Third Party Applications
Topic: DKeyEvent - DomainKeys and DKIM for MailEnable [v 0.4.8]
Replies: 234
Views: 295853

Re: ...

it's a little worrying that the others on that page seem to disagree as to whether it's valid or not Many developers simply won't bother to update their reflectors when new specs are released; in such cases, signatures using newer specs than the ones available when the reflector was updated will us...