On Jun 6, 2006, at 1:02 PM, David Nicol wrote:
On 6/6/06, Douglas Otis <dotis(_at_)mail-abuse(_dot_)org> wrote:
Why not take advantage of existing tools?
if I understand you correctly, we should not take advantage of
existing tools due to the possibility of packet amplification
The recommendation for object storage was recognizing a transmitting
domain needs to allow random access to a sizable array of data
objects. This is not a simple problem to scale. The advantages of
such a solution would be improved security, provide optional privacy
without directly encrypting the message, eliminate DSNs, and a reduce
network bandwidth when tighter size limits are placed upon header
only notification while 80% of the email is spam. Consider the SPF
warning added to enforce that made by IESG, in addition to being
categorized as experimental.
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