[ietf-dkim] Modified Introduction text forrfc4871-errata (resend)
Murray S. Kucherawy
msk at cloudmark.com
Wed Jun 17 10:33:35 PDT 2009
> If you going to this level, you need to be more specific with software
> engineering terminologies and how it applies to SMTP. Murray's API is
> not going to be same as MY API or that guys API and it may not be just
> in C or C++, but in multiple of languages, and the API be COM
> interface, a .NET interface, including a JAVA interface. It may come
> in the form of shims, hooks, callouts, triggers, events or what have
I don't think the proposed text defines any property of the API other than the fact that it must export two things: the verification result and the "d=" value. The text does not stipulate what language has to be used, nor does it specify what that interface must look like.
So it already satisfies your requirement.
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