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#include <dkim.h>
DKIM_STAT dkim_eom(
	DKIM *dkim,
	bool *testkey
Denote end-of-message for a message. When verifying, process signatures in order; when signing, compute all signatures.
Called When dkim_eom() is called after the entire body of the message has been passed to the API via zero or more calls to dkim_body().
dkim Message-specific handle, returned by dkim_sign() or dkim_verify()
testkey Optional pointer to a boolean value which is updated to indicate whether the key found (if any) is marked as being a test key.
  • DKIM_STAT_INVALID may indicate the dkim handle was rendered unusable by a previous call, likely to dkim_eoh(), or simply that dkim_eoh() has not yet been called for this handle.
  • DKIM_STAT_INVALID may also indicate the dkim handle was passed to dkim_chunk() for message chunk processing but the end of message was never signaled via that interface.
  • DKIM_STAT_INVALID returned when signing may indicate that the key provided for signing did not meet the minimum key size requirement (see dkim_options()).
  • DKIM_STAT_CANTVRFY is returned when passed a signing handle bound via dkim_resign() to a verifying handle if the latter yielded no valid signatures.
  • Other possible return values include all the DKIM_STAT values.
  • By default, when verifying, this function processes all signatures, in order. If the DKIM_LIBFLAGS_VERIFYONE flag is set on the library, then processing will stop after one good signature is found. There may be other signatures before or after that one in the message whose evaluation might be meaningful to the calling application. In that case, the calling application should use the final handling callback (see dkim_set_final() to get an opportunity to process all of the signatures and possibly reorder them as per the application's preference. With the above flag set, this function will use the signatures as reordered by that function (or in arrival order if no reordering is done) and act on the first valid one, or the first one if none are valid.

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