On Wed, Apr 26, 2006 at 04:41:05PM -0700, Jim Fenton allegedly wrote:
Mark Delany wrote:
[ re _dkim vs _domainkey ]
Also worth considering is the s= option. If s=voip, would the address space
be _dkvoip, etc?
Why, because the voip group might want to administer their keys
I was obviously being too obtuse. My point was that _domainkey is
generic whereas _dkim is not. If people want to go down the
non-generic path then it follows that for each service there should be
a separate namespace (which would obviate the need for s= btw).
My point being that a separate namespace for each service is likely to
not scale well or admin well. Additionally it precludes the (easy) use
of the same key across services.
In short, I think _dkim is a bad idea even if it does save a whopping
5 bytes of query space.
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