[ietf-dkim] Discussion of Consensus check: Domain Existence Check
chl at clerew.man.ac.uk
Fri Jun 13 01:17:18 PDT 2008
On Wed, 11 Jun 2008 22:52:12 +0100, Douglas Otis <dotis at mail-abuse.org>
> Disagree. Unlike DKIM (RFC4871) where use is self evident, a practice
> assertion must declare which transport protocol is covered. Otherwise
> it is impossible to discern specifically what is being asserted. Are
> messages signed for SMTP, or NNTP, for example.
But you still have not explained, despite being asked repeatedly, how that
question is to be answered for a particular message.
If the message arrives at the Verifier via SMTP, is it an SMTP message, or
is it not? And if not, how is the Verifier supposed to know?
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