Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
Now if we wish to be really truly DKIM complete:
The AUID MAY be passed to Trust Assessors as well.
The ODID MAY be used in advanced identity assessors such as
Checking Signing Practices [RFC4686, RFC5595, RFC5016, RFC5617].
It already says:
The output MAY include other signature properties or result meta-
data, including PERMFAILed or otherwise ignored signatures, for use
by modules that consume those results.
Since the AUID counts as "other signature properties" and the
RFC5322.From counts as "result meta-data", can we finally say
(I didn't think so.)
I can't be any more:
Being specific is terrific!
Spell it out. Its not a mystery. Its in-scope, not harmful and gives a
receiver a better reason to consider DKIM with greater usefulness
regarding security which no one should take for granted - even
marketers are finally get that point.
Hector Santos, CTO
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