[ietf-dkim] A few SSP axioms
deepvoice at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 12:45:35 PDT 2006
I have a German Shepard, his purpose was not for protection but for
Never once did I tell the pet store that I wanted a guard dog or that I
needed a pet for protection.
The really amazing thing is that... even though I did not specify it in any
way - he will keep you out of my house.
I think if it is useful in "protecting", regardless of how it was intended
or mandated, it will be used that way. Unless you specifically design the
inherent protection out of it.
On 8/1/06, Dave Crocker <dhc at dcrocker.net> wrote:
> Michael Thomas wrote:
> > I believe that the basic disconnect here is that the protocol "protects"
> > anything. The running assumption that I've seen the most support for is
> > the protocol *informs" other entities of the way the domain behaves, and
> > protocol consumer may or may not use that information in conjunction
> > other information to "protect" their incoming mail feed.
> I like your phrasing quite a lot. I think it describes what DKIM does and
> not do quite well.
> Dave Crocker
> Brandenburg InternetWorking
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