DKIM And Mailing Lists
draft-kucherawy-dkim-lists-01

 
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Abstract

DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) allows an administrative mail domain (ADMD) to assume some responsibility for a message. As the industry has now gained some deployment experience, the goal for this document is to explore the use of DKIM for scenarios that include intermediaries, such as Mailing List Managers (MLMs).

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Murray Kucherawy (msk@cloudmark.com)

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