Author: Mike Cardwell Date: To: exim users Subject: Re: [exim] DKIM
Mike Cardwell wrote:
> I still don't get this argument:
> "Here's a mechanism to allow you to sign emails that come from your
> domain so other systems can detect spoof attempts automatically"
> "But spam exists. And that mechanism doesn't stop spam. Therefore it has
> no use."
Also. You'll notice there's no mention of spam on the front page of
www.dkim.org. And, if you read:
"Neither this document nor DKIM attempts to provide solutions to the
world's problems with spam, phishing, virii, worms, joe jobs, etc. DKIM
provides one basic tool, in what needs to be a large arsenal, for
improving basic trust in the Internet mail service."
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