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> From: Nigel Horne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: April 28, 2011 7:52:56 AM PDT
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Mail::OpenDKIM
> authentication-results: ocelope.disgruntled.net/p3SEuTLN008163; dkim=pass (1024-bit key) firstname.lastname@example.org; dkim-asp=none
> list-id: <opendkim-users.lists.opendkim.org>
> You may have been wondering why I've been going through the documentation for libOpenDKIM with a fine toothed comb. It is because I've been re-implementing part of the Mail::DKIM CPAN Module to use OpenDKIM instead. The work is now complete, so it is now possible to use OpenDKIM from a Perl program. The code has been released as open source; it is available via http://www.mailermailer.com/labs/projects/Mail-OpenDKIM.rwp.
> I have been more thorough with the testing on the signing side than on the verification side, since that's the initial need here. I've written another CPAN module (Mail::OpenDKIM::Signer), which is like Mail::DKIM but uses OpenDKIM to do the legwork.
> Initial findings show a 4-fold increase by using Mail::OpenDKIM over Mail::DKIM.
> The code requires OpenDKIM 2.3.x.
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