[ietf-dkim] Re: Requirements comment: Bigbank example description
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Thu Aug 10 08:00:40 PDT 2006
Michael Thomas wrote:
> Apologies to Frank if I've missed this thus far
Probably you didn't miss anything, the "if it outlaws Resent-*
that must be crystal clear" was all I said about it, and I've
no good idea how to add different List-issues to this point.
Maybe <http://article.gmane.org/gmane.ietf.dkim/4943/> helps
with lists (last paragraph):
| I think there is some value in distinguishing between "I
| sign everything and never send to mailing lists and other
| known mungers", "I sign everything, but also send to known
| mungers", and "I know I don't sign everything".
Apparently the requirements don't include the last two cases
yet. If "I sign sometimes" is the default for no SSP, then
"I know I don't sign" is relevant.
The opposite could also make sense, without SSP a default of
"I know I don't sign", otherwise an explicit "I sign sometimes"
(or better) is required.
The 5.3 (7) consensus isn't obvious: A "null" SSP should IMO
mean something above "don't look any further".
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