> I wasn't aware that "receiver" was a synonym for "commercial spam
> filter vendor." One learns something new every day.
Meaning that your opinion of utility is not the sole gauge of utility. In
fact, you probably benefit a lot from people who find utility in things that
you don't care about to keep your mail mostly spam free.
Really banging my head on this one... the only way I see this working
100% every time is an RFC change to the MTA protocol where DKIM
becomes part of the handshake.
I see the MTAs willing to take the risk of adding "I SIGN ALL" as the
ones that would be harmed the most with its failure.
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