[ietf-dkim] Blocking improperly signed messages
deepvoice at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 07:52:41 PST 2006
Since you brought it up...
No mailing list (or other _ Spam_ ) corruption of an email in transit
_or just plain spam_ can do anything worse than change the delivery of
a legitimate _or purposely munged_, DKIM-signed email into the
delivery of a legitimate _or more likely illegitimate_ non-DKIM-signed
> It's not until you hang the SSP bag on the side that this has any _positive_
> snip<negative> impact on _<il>_legitimate email usage.
The volume of spam is now -- what-- 7 out of 10?
Doesn't BAD=NOSIG seem, even a little, useless... Especially at the
cost of decoding it at our current volume levels?
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