[ietf-dkim] MLMs and the use of multipart/alternative to preserve original DKIM signature and at the same time add a new DKIM signature
iane at sussex.ac.uk
Mon Aug 9 04:16:17 PDT 2010
--On 4 August 2010 15:22:32 +0100 Graham Murray <graham at gmurray.org.uk>
> Ian Eiloart <iane at sussex.ac.uk> writes:
>> So, in an ideal world, mail clients would expose the List-* headers
>> (especially the unsubscribe* header) in ways that are useful to the
>> user, and obviate the need for MLMs to mess with subject lines and
>> *In my view, MLMs are required in UK law to add unsubscribe information
>> in a way that users can easily find it. The List-unsubscribe header
>> isn't adequate, only because very few clients display it.
> There is not always even the need to expose these to the user. Some mail
> clients (such as gnus), when they detect List-* headers add an
> unsubscribe menu (and because it is emacs, keyboard) action.
Yes, that's what I meant by 'expose in ways that are useful to the user',
though I should have been more explicit.
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