[ietf-dkim] DKIM+ADSP = FAIL, and it's our fault
bmcdowell at paypal-inc.com
Wed Sep 15 09:18:39 PDT 2010
(sorry Stephen, but I had to reply to this one)
On Sep 15, 2010, at 12:01 PM, Steve Atkins wrote:
>> That seems aligned with Steve's point about DKIM's value coming (only?) when the d= value is not the same as the domain-name in the from: field. So according to you (and Steve?) the IETF should pass a normative requirement that all verified email be hired out to 3rd parties?! That strikes me as very anti-Internet.
> I think you're not reading carefully, and you're twisting Jeff's words and mine to a point that bears no resemblance to what either of us said.
As it turns out, you are completely correct and I withdraw that comment. It just shows how entirely confused I was about what you and Jeff meant by 3rd-party signatures (which Jeff clarified in his response). Jeff's definition of 3rd-party signature is entirely different from what I thought it meant (and what other experts have responded to me with off-list BTW).
I've taken this conversation off-list.
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