[ietf-dkim] "I sign everything" is not a useful policy
steve at blighty.com
Sat Aug 5 16:50:59 PDT 2006
On Aug 5, 2006, at 4:37 PM, <Bill.Oxley at cox.com> wrote:
> No point at all, that is what we are supposed to be doing here,
> policy then hashing out what that policy clearly means with a
> of the WG. I don't want to be on a technical call 2 years from now
> discussing what the policy means like I had to do with WICIS. Lets set
> an agreeable policy, discuss what it means (like the statement below)
> and the write the document with the clear expectation of what it
> 1. I sign all
> The above means "I sign everything so please discard unsigned mail
> apparently from me"
Where "unsigned" means any mail other than DKIM signed
mail which validates correctly when received by the recipient.
(It seems a minor point, but several people here have asserted that
mail for which the signature doesn't validate is not "unsigned").
> There, one policy statement done.
Well, a use case to go with it would be nice.
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