On Mon, 22 Aug 2005 08:12:33 -0700, Dave Crocker wrote:
On Fri, 19 Aug 2005 23:33:11 -0400, Keith Moore wrote:
It shouldn't be an either-or choice. The author should be able to sign
the message indicating that he wrote the content (so that a recipient can
verify that yes, it really was written by who it says), and the list
should be able to sign the message to indicate that the message was
forwarded via the list (so that a recipient can verify that yes, the
message really did come from the list).
This describes two different semantics for a DKIM signature. Where does the
current DKIM specification provide for such distinction in the semantics, so
that it can be reliably and accurately interpreted by a verifying agent?
Does this mean that you are proposing an enhancement to the DKIM goals (and,
therefore, the specification) to provide a means for a signer to indicate their
semantic "intent" or "meaning" in doing the signature?
If yes, how? If no, then please clarify what you are proposing that changes
dcrocker a t ...
WE'VE MOVED to: www.bbiw.net
ietf-dkim mailing list