On Sunday, 30 October 2022 at 18:52 (-0400), David Rosenstrauch wrote:
On 10/30/22 6:48 PM, Jaron Kent-Dobias wrote:
On Sunday, 30 October 2022 at 23:45 (+0100), Jaron Kent-Dobias wrote:
Perhaps something about the content transfer encoding is causing the problem?
After a quick google, this appears to be a known and old problem: https://stbuehler.de/blog/article/2011/05/19/dkim_fails_at_content-transfer-...
Good find - thanks!
I'm not even sure where/how that encoding is being set. Must be something that Thunderbird is doing. I'll do some digging into it.
Doing some testing of my own (via mutt), it appears to be something the client does automatically when non-ascii characters are included in the mail.
I just checked, and OpenDKIM correctly verifies signatures for base8 encoded emails sent directly to my server. Consider this email as a test for what the Arch Liunx lists do: α, β, γ, …