On 01/Apr/11 23:08, Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
A person, role, or organization. In the context of DKIM, examples
include the author, the author's organization, an ISP along the
handling path, an independent trust assessment service, and a mailing
Besides assessment services, there have been several discussions about
operators along the handling path, who sometimes break signatures. I
propose to clarify the text that discusses the interpretation, in
Section 4.2, by adding a sentence to the fourth paragraph, something
Signers SHOULD NOT remove any DKIM-Signature header fields from
messages they are signing, even if they know that the signatures
cannot be verified. Instead, when a relay alters a message such
that any valid signature gets broken, it SHOULD re-identify the
message by synthesizing a new Message-ID for it, according to
Section 3.6.4 of RFC 5322.
Would that help deterring on-the-fly auto-conversions?
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