Randy Bush randy at
Wed Feb 19 06:20:37 UTC 2014

as i said, much of the crap coming through, 10-20 times normal, does not
have dkim.  i suggest that focusing on dkim is a red herring.  and yes,
i know how dkim works.

> If that is the case, there must be someway to configure to reject if the
> dkim signature is invalid.

5.0-0.8 is a large valus, at least in this area.

> You could always block their ip in the ...

their?  you are presuming a single soure.

> You could also add a rbl query to your mail server config to spamhaus.

have had that for years


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