[mail-vet-discuss] More A-R bits...
jdfalk-lists at cybernothing.org
Mon Apr 5 12:37:31 PDT 2010
On Apr 2, 2010, at 2:27 AM, Alessandro Vesely wrote:
> Authentication-Results: wmail.tana.it;
> dkim=pass firstname.lastname@example.org;
> x-dkim-rep=neutral (-100 from al.dkim-reputation.org)
Many reputation systems can output much more detailed information, and many work on scales other than 0 to 100 (or -100 to 100.) Even those which do use numeric values may not attach the same meaning to the same numbers.
> * "Report-To" (or "Reportable", or "Abuse-Report-To") as an additional
> Authentication-Result method whereby the MTA responsible for receiving
> the message conveys that, based on other methods and any additional
> knowledge internal to the MTA, that host will accept an ARF for this
> message. The syntax may be something like
> Authentication-Results: resp-mta.example.com;
> report-to: abuse;
> to mean <abuse at resp-mta.example.com>, which would be assumed by
> default in case resp-mta.example.com is an SMTP host (MX/A/AAAA).
This part's definitely overloading Authentication-Results, IMHO.
J.D. Falk <jdfalk at returnpath.net>
Return Path Inc
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