[ietf-dkim] Re: random stangers, was 1: 1
mike at mtcc.com
Fri Jan 18 13:16:34 PST 2008
John L wrote:
> Ah, now we're getting somewhere.
>> Why badly configured SSP is any different is beyond me. Frankly, I'd
>> be a lot more worried about badly administered RBL's and their ilk
> I'm quite concerned about badly administered DNSBLs. That's why I use
> DNSBLs run by people I know and trust, rather than DNSBLs run by random
> Using SSP is a whole lot like using random DNSBLs run by strangers -- in
> both cases you're asking someone who has no particular credibility
> whether to discard your incoming mail. If you wouldn't do one, why
> would you do the other?
Assumedly the first party has some desire to get their mail delivered.
That's a lot different than a RBL who might have an agenda, be lazy
or both. The first party always has the ability to correct the problem
too, unlike RBL's.
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