Mike Wolf wrote:
While on the topic of "o=", how about allowing a list of approved
third party signers to be included, rather than just declaring that
either no third party signing is allowed or everyone and their mother
can sign on your behalf?
This seems like an obvious improvement that could be
backwards-compatible with the current draft and would allow senders to
explicitly enumerate those third parties that are allowed to sign on
If I am missing some other way to do this or there is some reason why
this makes no sense, just explain it to me.
- Mike Wolf
One concern is that this doesn't scale. I have heard one large
financial institution say that they have over 100 external senders of email.
Another concern is privacy; does a large corporation really want to
enumerate a list of its mailing partners? It also makes the messages
sent by the external party less "seamless" (it looks more like an
external sender) and muddies the question of who is really responsible
for the message, the originating domain or the party sending messages on
The preferred way to do this is to publish a key record (selector) for
the external sender of email. The external sender signs messages just
as if they were their client, and the client retains control of the
relationship by being able to revoke a key record at any time.
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