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Re: Micorsoft's Sender ID Authentication......?
- From: william(at)elan.net
- Date: Wed Jun 08 10:34:24 2005
On Wed, 8 Jun 2005, Daniel Golding wrote:
You miss the point. Reputation is already widely being used today - every
blocklist is a reputation system and we have lots of those for mail server
Reputation is a missing element in all sender authentications schemes and
will (likely) be solved separately.
No approach is perfect, but building closer to a solution is preferred over
sitting on our hands and debating, which (historically) seems to be the
reputation and for network reputation and for domain names there is SURBL
All those are of course "bad reputation" lists and John wants to see good
reputation lists, but it can only happen once authorization is used, but
initial technologies are there. For when something more complex is needed
there is in fact siq being developed at ASRG
so what is really needed are people willing to come to asrg and work with
authors on R&D (with emphasis on "d" part) and if it does not work well
than ASRG will look at something else.