[ietf-dkim] more on discardable, was Lists "BCP" draft
ietf-dkim at kitterman.com
Thu May 27 04:28:13 PDT 2010
"Roland Turner" <roland.turner at boxsentry.com> wrote:
>On 26/05/2010 22:48, Steve Atkins wrote:
>> However, domain B is not an innocent bystander, as they intentionally
>> configured their mail system to reject mail it shouldn't, and the
>> recipients at domain B support that decision, on some level.
>Domains don't subscribe to mailing lists, individual recipients do. The
>recipients in a domain may oppose the domain[-administrator]'s decision,
>but often lack the power to have it changed. "Failure to quit your job"
>cannot reasonably be construed as consent/support in this context.
This just brings us back to the "Do domain owners have a right to control how their domains get used in email" question.
If they do, the point is irrelevant.
If they don't, email authentication policy is wrong and we should just stop.
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