[Mailman-Users] Preserving S/MIME-Encoded Mail
brad at shub-internet.org
Fri Jan 16 23:27:56 CET 2009
Grant Taylor wrote:
> I think the more proper thing would be for something (Mailman or it's
> MTA interface / handler) to validate S/MIME signed messages and process
> them before passing them on.
Validation could be useful, but the more important issue is to have Mailman
completely encapsulate signed/encrypted messages and then add whatever
additional MIME bodyparts may be necessary to complete the other parts of
the work it has been configured to do.
This is true for DKIM, PGP/MIME, and S/MIME alike. And any other form of
signed and/or encrypted message.
Don't change anything at all in any of the signed/encrypted part, just treat
it as an opaque object and encapsulate the whole thing.
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