[ietf-dkim] A more fundamental SSP axiom
mike at mtcc.com
Fri Aug 4 18:42:59 PDT 2006
Mark Delany wrote:
>>So if I set a policy of "I sign all", and a mailing list mangles it,
>>is the mailing list receiving the bounce going to do? Blackhole it? Bounce
>>the user off the list? Anything useful whatsoever?
>That's a matter between the "I sign all" and the list. I would say
>that if it hurts, don't do it.
_Who_ don't do it? The subscriber to the list? As in, just don't send
>And are we talking about Mailing Lists today, or Mailing Lists in five
>years time after DKIM slowly ramps up? A Mailing List of the future
>mail well be verifying incoming mail and make decisions about
>re-broadcasting based on "I sign all"?
You've got me. Sure sounds like the net effect is a DOS on the poor schlub
on the mailing list though. Maybe IETF can finally wind down its business
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