[ietf-dkim] Re: Issue #1512: Re: making SSP useless in one short
johnl at iecc.com
Thu Dec 6 17:17:09 PST 2007
> In that case, what is the SSP result when a message does not contain a
> valid Originator Signature, and the Originator Domain has a policy of "all"?
> The whole business about third-party signatures is a DKIM-based
> mechanism to decide what to say in that case. If the verifier sees
> another signature that they "like", the result is "not Suspicious".
If the recipient sees another signature it likes, it's not going to do
an SSP lookup at all, so I don't see any value in giving recipients
directions for a situation that won't happen.
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