On 04/30/2010 07:09 PM, John Levine wrote:
Nope. I'm suggesting a means for enabling DKIM authenticated mail to
survive transit through a mail list and arrive with the
intent/purpose/value of the original authentication might be for MLM's
to validate incoming mail and DKIM sign their own outbound mail along
with the appropriate A-R data. That's all.
But you haven't offered any plausible benefit from doing so, other
than to let you mix your two mailstreams. As I've said about a
bajillion times, we have 40 years of list management history, and this
isn't a problem that anyone has ever needed to solve. So I'll leave
You have a very skewed view of who serves at them whim of whom.
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