[ietf-dkim] besides mailing lists...
mike at mtcc.com
Mon May 3 08:34:06 PDT 2010
While I personally find F2F usage sort of creepy, from the receiver's standpoint it looks
for all intents and purposes like a mailing list, which for all intents and purposes looks
like an unsigned piece of mail purporting to be from my domain. Intent seems to have very
little to do with this... so maybe these all just fold into the same unsolved case.
Any other cases of out-of-sender's control of "legitimate" mail purporting to be from their domain?
MH Michael Hammer (5304) wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ietf-dkim-bounces at mipassoc.org [mailto:ietf-dkim-
>> bounces at mipassoc.org] On Behalf Of Dave CROCKER
>> Sent: Sunday, May 02, 2010 12:49 PM
>> To: ietf-dkim at mipassoc.org
>> Subject: Re: [ietf-dkim] besides mailing lists...
>> On 4/30/2010 9:37 AM, Jeff Macdonald wrote:
>>> ESPs have a "forward-to-a-friend" feature for their clients. Its a
>>> feature in which the ESPs creates the content and sends a message
>>> a friend, to a friend. It would be discarded. However, I'm willing
>>> say this is a bogus practice.
>> F2F is a well-established and helpful feature. That some uses of
>> authentication cannot cope with it is a limitation of the
>> service, not a flaw in F2F.
> And it is easy enough to do "F2F" in a manner that does not break the
> authentication-based service.
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