[dmarc-discuss] How does *this* mailing list interact with dmarc?
johnl at taugh.com
Wed Jun 20 20:24:09 PDT 2012
>Anyhow this "alias" forwarding break DKIM is common on many other platforms/configs and DMARC points where.
>How can we help?
Encourage those systems to sign their outgoing mail so recipients can
develop a reputation for them.
DMARC is not a FUSSP. It is useful for a small but significant part
of the mail ecosystem for domains where all the mail comes from a
known, controlled set of hosts, and a lot of phishing is targeted at
them. None of the other anti-spam and reputation techniques are going
away, and DMARC isn't a substitute for them.
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