[dmarc-discuss] is that *really* valid
fmartin at linkedin.com
Wed Apr 6 12:49:30 PDT 2016
Even in this case Lastname is not a valid mailbox as it does not have a
valid email address, even when you take into account the EAI update it
should have been written as Lastname;
Strictly speaking the ABNI allows display name with no double quotes as
long you don't use any special characters like comma, @, and I believe
space... but I often get lost in ABNI.
On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 9:41 AM, A. Schulze via dmarc-discuss <
dmarc-discuss at dmarc.org> wrote:
> Franck Martin via dmarc-discuss:
>> We are not discussing here the fact you can put 2 mailboxes in a From: but
>> that the display part must be between double quotes.
> that's the point.
> The message in question look like an auto-response from Yahoo!.
> I *assume* it should only have one sender but due to $something there
> where quotes missing.
> I'll forward the message headers to Yahoo! off-list.
> Anyway, as this message was valid per RFC 5322 but invalid per RFC 7489
> OpenDMARC correctly rejected that message. No bug so far.
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