On Dec 31, 2008, at 4:34 PM, J D Falk wrote:
On 30/12/2008 11:15, "Dave CROCKER" <dhc(_at_)dcrocker(_dot_)net> wrote:
> The fact that i= is defined to identify a user, rather than a
A user, or a use! But I doubt that makes things any clearer.
Matching against just the domain to confirm compliance with ADSP does
not change that i= represents the "on-behalf-of" entity. The MUA or
the agent annotating the messages can confirm the "on-behalf-of"
matches against the From header before adding annotation, such as
making folder placements. This would represent a very similar process
needed for Sender-ID when the PRA does not match against the From.
To allow "all" messages, ADSP should be able to accommodate a normal
range of valid messages. Otherwise, an imposed ADSP "on-behalf-of"
limitation will impose a requirement to _violate_ the meaning of the
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