[ietf-dkim] Re: on DKIM as an anti-spam measure
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Tue Aug 16 21:42:43 PDT 2005
Keith Moore wrote:
> "I will accept any content that claims to be
> sexually-explicit, the other filters notwithstanding" :)
A quick and dirty threat analysis: "Publishing 'receiver
policies' might not work as expected".
> OTOH, If we don't want the direct marketing folks to fight
> this tooth and nail, we need to give them ways to convince
> recipients to not filter their mail. So let them make
> assertions about their messages that induce us to read them.
> They'll get better transparency (more predictability) out of
> the mail system and better ability to fine-target their
> audience. We'll get better spam filtering. Everybody wins.
Makes sense, getting the opposition to adopt the new rules
is more important than convincing the rest of the world.
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