> That won't do much good. *I* am the moderator of the groups.
> Do you think that the individual moderator has enough power
> on either google or yahoo to turn off DKIM? I don't.
It's not a problem with DKIM, I get mail from 6 Yahoo groups with this junk in the headers and I've no problems with the headers breaking.
> I know that David thinks that DKIM is close to evil incarnate
> (or, at the least, something to ignore until it becomes more
> of a standard), so I don't think it likely he is going to be
> excited about problems caused by DKIM implementations, flawed
> or otherwise.
It's not evil as long as it does not break the headers and it does not seem to with my system at least.
DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=lima; d=yahoogroups.com;
> If I ever get time to interrogate my Mercury server to see
> what it is doing with these things, I'll let you know. Until
> then, thank goodness that the properties window for each new
> mail message has the name of the CNM file. Who would ever
> have thought that NOTEPAD++ would be the perfect complement
> to one's email program?
Again the question as to what is in front of the server if anything? Are you running any policies? Any anti-virus software? If so turn them all off and see what happens.
If nothing else I would upgrade to the latest version of Mercury/32 though. The v4.52 has a lot of changes to the front end that are not in v4.01b.