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Title : Domain Name Accreditation (DNA)
Author(s) : D. Crocker, et al.
Filename : draft-ietf-marid-csv-dna-01.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 2004-7-21
Increased diversity and abuse of access, across the open Internet,
mandates additional accountability for sending SMTP clients, in the
absence of prior, direct arrangement with receiving SMTP servers. One
means for enabling this is by registration with third-party services
that vouch for the policies and accountability of SMTP clients
accessing SMTP servers. This specification defines a means for an
SMTP client to list third-party services that are prepared to vouch
for it, and a means for an SMTP server, or its intermediary, to query
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