[ietf-dkim] A few SSP axioms
deepvoice at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 10:26:02 PDT 2006
I understand that it is not a reputation service, however, I am now at the
mercy of my ISP's reputation and not mine. In fact, they are full of bots
I never sign email coming from Holiday Inn where 50% on my workforce lives
out of suitcases but Holiday Inn does sign (inconsequential)
I always sign email coming from the home office in Walla Walla.
Therefore my rule says that I sometimes sign. But what good did that do me?
My ISP is the issue, not Holiday Inn. So, if I was able to say I sometimes
sign my email and I always sign from the home office, it would be too much
of a DNS load to describe where I might sometimes sign. It would be better
if I could specifically just distrust my ISP.
On 8/1/06, Hector Santos <hsantos at santronics.com> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Michael Thomas" <mike at mtcc.com>
> To: "Damon" <deepvoice at gmail.com>
> > There has been suggestion in the past of the desire for a policy
> > for "I sign everything, don't accept a message with *any*
> > third party signatures". I've yet to see why anybody would
> > want to set such a policy in real life though.
> hmmm, Isn't this "highly exclusive" policy just happens to be the most
> powerful protection the DKIM protocol has to offer?
> If made available, the highest protection, will be the most likely policy
> used... in real life.
> Hector Santos, Santronics Software, Inc.
> NOTE WELL: This list operates according to
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