[ietf-dkim] Re: ISSUE: Better
definition of "DKIM signing complete" required
hsantos at santronics.com
Tue Nov 28 09:24:32 PST 2006
Michael Thomas wrote:
> Hector Santos wrote:
>> It depends on how mixed failure and success is interpreted. DKIM-BASE
>> says as long as one signature is valid in a multi-signature message, the
>> message is valid. Failures MUST be ignored as if it was never signed.
>> There is something not very kosher with that.
> That's incorrect. DKIM says nothing about "messages" being valid or not.
> Only signatures.
Maybe you should quote "valid"
Look, what in earth are you validating a SIGNATURE for if its not
directly proportional to the validity of the message? Is it just for
show? I hope you are not suggesting that a signature validity is
persistent while you can alter the structure and content of a message.
Lets not go there. OK?
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