The End-To-End Internet (was Re: Blocking MX query)
johnl at iecc.com
Wed Sep 5 18:05:04 CDT 2012
In article <5047A2EA.8010307 at hup.org> you write:
>On 09/05/12 09:13 , Michael Thomas wrote:
>> The "I" part of DKIM is "Identified". That's all it promises. It's a
>> feature, not a bug, that spammers use it.
>Which is why DKIM does not really address any concerns. The spammers
>have reduced its value.
Nothing personal, but nobody who had the most rudimentary
understanding of what DKIM does and how it's intended to be used would
make such a statement.
See the archives of the IETF DKIM list for much, much, much more detail.
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