[ietf-dkim] A funny thing happened at RSA...
jpowers at paypal.com
Fri Apr 11 12:33:00 PDT 2008
On 4/11/08 12:11 PM, "Dave Crocker" <dhc at dcrocker.net> scribbled:
> Powers, Jot wrote:
>> We're moving to support DKIM and DK. Our mail appliance vendor didn't
>> support dual signing until recently, and given that our published agreements
>> we need to be able to do both.
> Within the DKIM community, I suspect there wasn't a question about Paypal's
> I think the issue is that the larger IT community makes excessive distinction
> between DomainKeys vs. DKIM and feels that not (yet) supporting the latter is
> some sort of strategic statement.
> I took Murray's query as having more to do with finding a way to educate these
> folk that the difference is incremental rather than strategic.
Ok. Although, clearly I'm not the communication person, the group would like
assistance getting to those people, let me know.
I read the following:
> I wonder if it would be prudent to (somehow) make a statement clarifying
> that the experiment therein described was begun before RFC4871 was issued,
> and thus before DKIM enjoyed any kind of real deployment. Or something
> like that. Ideally that would come from PayPal but I don't know that we
> have any direct participation from them here.
...and figured I would point out that:
1) At least one person here pays attention
2) In my own small way it was making a public statement (since this is in
email on a public mailing list) that could be pointed to.
If, as usual, I hae completely mis-interpreted the email chain, feel free
to *plonk* my message.
Jot Powers <jpowers at paypal.com>
Phone: 480-862-7234 Cell: 480-221-1157
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