On 02/May/10 13:33, Douglas Otis wrote:
On 5/2/10 11:10 AM, Alessandro Vesely wrote:
The opt-in mechanism, I'd say. There's no standardized way for
subscribers' servers to learn about subscriptions.
Even if you consider that to be a problem, what could it possibly have
to do with DKIM?
Just that if there were a handshake between a list server and a new
subscriber's MX, they could also agree upon ADSP forwarding, e.g. by
whitelisting the list server.
To retain security, the sender's domain needs to assert domain specific
exceptions for "all" or "discard-able" ADSP policies.
That's false, under several acceptations of "security". /Necessity/ of
such assertions only makes sense if "security" is meant to be the
ability of a domain to restrict legitimate uses of its name, such as
its users writing to mailing lists, or to their grandma's.
NOTE WELL: This list operates according to