[ietf-dkim] Lists "BCP" draft available
iane at sussex.ac.uk
Mon Jun 14 02:59:32 PDT 2010
--On 12 June 2010 17:22:34 +0200 "John R. Levine" <johnl at iecc.com> wrote:
>>> Of course not. That's an example of the reason that I don't find ADSP
>>> useful (as opposed to manually vetted discard lists.) There's no way to
>>> tell whether the party publishing discardable understands what they're
>> And likewise there is no way to tell whether the party implementing
>> discard lists understand what they're doing. IMHO, we should stay away
>> from assuming the presence or absence of a given level of expertise of
>> the mail admins on this earth.
> There's a fairly key difference you're missing here. For ADSP, each
> domain publishes what it thinks is its own policy, so if you look at a
> million domains, you have to guess about the competence of a million mail
> system managers.
> On the other hand, if you use one or two published drop lists, you can
> afford to look at them and choose ones whose administrators are
> competent, without having to individually vet each entry.
Of course, I could also keep list of competent publishers of MX records.
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