[ietf-dkim] Is anyone using ADSP? - bit more data from the receiving side
franck at genius.com
Mon Oct 12 23:18:50 PDT 2009
----- "hector" <gmail.sant9442 at winserver.com> wrote:
> John R. Levine wrote:
-1. The only wish I have is that stop injecting misinformation.
> Any domain that publishes a DKIM=DISCARDABLE and for any receiver that
> supports ADSP will immediately protect the Author Domain and the
> receiver system from further abuse from:
> 1) ALL legacy (non-signed mail) DOMAIN spoof attempts at
> the receiver.
> 1) All 3rd party signed mail NOT EXPECTED by the Author Domain
> regardless if its was a malicious reply or a stupid list
> server ignoring RFC 5617.
But all the current list servers are stupid because this are ignoring RFC 5617, because RFC 5617 did not exist at the time they were deployed.
You do not expect that the whole world will upgrade their list servers because you say so?
So for ADSP to be meanigful, you have to wait that all the list servers are upgraded...
I still cannot figure how you can get ADSP to work in the current state of list servers.
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