At 12:44 PM -0700 7/5/06, Douglas Otis wrote:
DKIM generally represents a domain wide entity. A trusted third
party (TTP) establishes trust between two parties when both trust
the third party. For DKIM, the TTP would be the signing domain
verified by DNS.
This is completely wrong, and goes against nearly everything that
this WG has been working on. The signing domain is *not* trusted.
Does anyone other than Doug think that it is?
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