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Re: Abort data transfer?

2009-10-17 18:40:13

David MacQuigg wrote:
Failed DKIM would be a policy reason.

It would also violate the DKIM specification.

Failed DKIM validation is to be treated as if no signature is present.

This was a carefully discussed topic for the specification and what made it into the final document is there because there are lots of reasons a signature can fail. Hence you cannot reasonable make any assessment of the signer based the signature's failure.

And, yes, I'm merely trying to elaborate on what Steve A. posted.


  Dave Crocker
  Brandenburg InternetWorking