lyndon at orthanc.ca
Sat Jul 2 13:24:16 CDT 2016
> On Jul 2, 2016, at 2:37 AM, Jay West <jwest at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> Of those bounces, almost 100% of them were due to DMARC/DKIM mechanisms. I
> view DMARC/DKIM as less than useless. First, they are far from universally
> implemented - so most valid email is not DMARC/DKIM "protected". Second a
> large percentage of the spam in the world *IS* DMARC/DKIM "protected".
Amen. DMARC is an abomination that must be made to die.
DKIM is useful, in an advisory sense. DMARC just outright breaks decades of standardized email protocol behaviour.
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