I'm missing a bit of context on this. What's the impact on DKIM?
Dave CROCKER wrote:
The technical details of RFC1652bis must cite MIME AND SMTP, of course.
it happens that the details do not absolutlely need to cite RFC5322.
However it strikes me as too strange to have a standard that pertains to
objects not cite the /message/ standard.
I'd like to have RFC5322 cited at the time MIME is cited, as Ned suggested
particular, a significant portion of the Internet community wishes to
exchange messages in which the content body consists of a MIME
message [RFC2045][RFC2046][RFC 5322] containing arbitrary octet-aligned
Does anyone object?
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