I don't imagine we are ever going to agree on this.
I really don't understand your view of the world and I am pretty well
convinced I never will.
I do not think that adding another level of unpredictable heuristics to spam
filtering and calling it reputation is a particularly good thing.
I do not think that redesigning DKIM so that it's only useful to organizations
that can afford to buy reputation system services is a good thing.
SSP has limited goals. SSP as written today needs work, but the idea is
fundamentally a good one. Give us a deterministic set of rules that will
work the same way every time. Give us a way to reject messages before the
end of the SMTP session. SSP is neither a panacea nor the devil in disguise.
And no, I don't think any of the stuff in your last message will actually
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