Dave CROCKER wrote:
Ian Eiloart wrote:
OK. What ADSP adds is the ability to assign reputation to a specific email
claiming to originate from a specific domain. Except for "unknown".
A DKIM signature says nothing about "origination". A signature is typically
an organization that handles the message, but it need not be the originator
even a sender. An independent trust service, such as Goodmail, could sign
So are you saying that all receivers should whitelist goodmail.com
dkim-signature: d=goodmail.com ....?
regardless of what the Author Domain has declared for ADSP?
Should we take for granted that the author domain has paid
GOODMAIL.COM to certified its mail?
Conversely, what happens when mail from author domain does not arrive
with GOODMAIL.COM signatures?
How does the receiver handle this?
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