[mailto:ietf-dkim-bounces(_at_)mipassoc(_dot_)org] On Behalf Of Franck Martin
Sent: Sunday, April 03, 2011 2:26 PM
Cc: IETF DKIM WG
Subject: Re: [ietf-dkim] Proposal: Removal of AUID (i= tag/value)
However what is easy, is to modify the content of the email. We could
add a new tag in the dkim spec like st=, but I'm not sure this is
feasible with the various current DKIM software today.
We can't add anything to DKIM without delaying significantly the goal of
advancing it to Draft Standard. On the other hand, you can register a new tag
in your own RFC without interfering with that progress.
So the best option is to define a new email header and have it signed
From a sender point of view this is easier to do (vs creating a sub
domain, remapping mail servers,...)
You can do that if you think it'll work. The header field registry also is
From a receiver point of view, are people willing to adapt their
reputation engine, to take into account this new header? I have no
I think you need some data to show this works and will get uptake. But if you
have that, then getting something like that standardized is easy. Just don't
underestimate the size of that "if".
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