I am a new subscriber to this list, and noticed the most recent post (the
one before mine) discussed DMARC, something I haven't heard of before.
At first glimpse, it looks like it may solve the problem I wanted to solve.
On Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 5:27 PM, Chris Lamont Mankowski <
I'm reading the archives on ADSP and haven't seen anyone pitch the idea
that on verification failure, we could have the message in question would
be BCC'd to the domain owner's administrator for review.
That way there is no need to rely on 3rd party ADSP reliability lists, and
in the event the domain owner doesn't understand the implications of a ADSP
record, they will quickly be informed of the matter (perhaps with a full
If this is a new, and welcome idea, there are many things to discuss such
as the audit message format (does it look like an NDR addressed to some
email address), can the ADSP audit email address point to a separate
domain, and if it is desirable to prevent older verifiers (that are unable
to BCC an audit message) from reading the new, vetted, ADSP policy.
And while we're at it.. why not add this ability to SPF/SenderID as well?
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