[ietf-dkim] SSP complications, wa The URL to my paper ...
johnl at iecc.com
Thu Jul 27 21:22:29 PDT 2006
>Yes. What I want as a small domain owner is the ability to publish a
>policy record that say that for mail sent (for some definition of sent that
>we will probably have to argue about later) from my domain, the domain(s)
>authorized to sign are ...
Once again I ask: what possible use could a recipient make of this
If your ISP signs your mail and, for whatever reason, the recipient likes
the ISP's domain, they'll accept your mail. If not, they'll filter or
reject it. How would an SSP assertion change that?
On the other hand, if your mail passes through some other relay or
forwarder which signs your mail on the way through, would you want the
recipient then to reject your mail? If so, why? If not, what point
is there to publish a list of signers?
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