[ietf-dkim] Wrong Discussion - was Why mailing lists should strip DKIM signatures
vesely at tana.it
Sat May 1 07:56:50 PDT 2010
On 30/Apr/10 20:22, John Levine wrote:
> Is there some long-standing toxic effect of mailing lists other than
> that they don't fit the simple identity models used by recently
> devised authentication schemes?
The opt-in mechanism, I'd say. There's no standardized way for
subscribers' servers to learn about subscriptions. Monthly reminders
resemble a time-distributed database w.r.t. what could be provided
otherwise. (Not to mention whitelisting.)
I set the footer, in order to check whether signatures without "l="
would have a chance to survive, if they weren't stripped: if it ends
up doubled, they wouldn't.
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