Posts Tagged ‘dkim’
DMARC: Way cooler than it sounds May 13th, 2012, by ksimpson
DMARC is a new specification that helps domain owners find out how their domain is being used in the context of email.
An update to the email standards October 2nd, 2008, by ksimpson
The standards that govern Internet email have just been replaced. RFCs 2822 and 2821 are now officially obsoleted by RFCs 5322 and 5321. What’s changed? I downloaded both standards, ran the raw text through a filter to remove extraneous things like page headers, and then compared the documents using Microsoft Word. It looks like most […]
Post #3 on Why Spam Filters Suck “trickle blog” series April 7th, 2008, by d.liao
Once Promising Proposals for a Final Ultimate Solution to the Spam Problem (FUSSP) “Two years from now, spam will be solved.” That was Bill Gates’ famous pronouncement back in 2004. Microsoft, Yahoo and the open source community devised two techniques that they believed would eradicate spam. The first was sender authentication, which allowed email senders […]