[ietf-dkim] Price of Rice in China
hsantos at santronics.com
Fri Jan 25 15:25:01 PST 2008
John Levine wrote:
> Well, gee. What if there are two From: lines? Three From: lines? A
> From: line with two addresses but no Sender:? A From: line with two
> addresses, one of which has no @ sign?
And if you quickly skip down to South Beach, you will find Fidel Castro
sun-bathing smoking a Cohiba, thumbing his nose at all the exiles and if
you listen carefully, you can hear him whisper "What does this have to
do with the price of rice in china?"
> But no, we got endless nattering instead. This is not a subtle point,
What exactly is your point? The possibility of garbage in mail?
> and I share Steve Atkins' concern that a group of people who don't
> understand the way that e-mail works can't design a working protocol.
Yes John, we all understand you have a copyright on understanding email
technology. Is this the reason you have no need to put your VBR system
through any IETF Working Group vetting process? Such WG vetting are
not required because you understand email better than the rest of us?
Out of curiosity, how is your VBR secured from not only all the garbage
you say can occur in email, but also has multiple VBR-INFO: headers?
Hector Santos, CTO
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