[ietf-dkim] What DKIM provides, again
barryleiba at computer.org
Wed Oct 13 14:14:16 PDT 2010
>> > Jeff, an identifier that's not bound to something is useless. It's
>> > like "Mike" just bouncing around the aether. Until it binds to
>> > something, it's not providing anything useful and certainly not
>> > something you'd want to alter the message disposition.
>> It is bound to 3 header fields. To, Date and Message-ID.
Folks, this thread is out of scope. It's a horse that was beaten to
death years ago, and it left the barn door open until the cows came
We are not going to change the scope of the DKIM signature, certainly
not to that extent, and it's just a waste of brain cells to think
about it. Please don't make us waste more brain cells than we already
Barry, as chair
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