1: 1 (was RE: [ietf-dkim] Re: ISSUE 1525 -- Restriction to
posting by firstAuthorbreaks email semantics)
johnl at iecc.com
Thu Jan 17 04:54:28 PST 2008
> Depends on the nature of the assertion. If the assertion is "I'm a good guy"
> or "I send virus-free messages" the receiver isn't likely to believe me. If
> the assertion is "Be very careful about messages coming from my domain", why
> shouldn't the receiver pay attention to that?
Because, as I said in my previous message, you are making assertions about
the behavior of people you don't know or control.
> With respect to a domain likely to use SSP (such as a domain used only for
> transactional messages), who are these zillions of other senders, and why
> should that domain be concerned about them?
I was under the impression that SSP was intended to deter unrelated
senders from sending mail with your domain in the From: line, on the
theory that such messages might be forgeries. Are you saying it's for
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