[dmarc-discuss] The Promise of Feedback (was: Re: Reports from DMARC)
Murray S. Kucherawy
msk at cloudmark.com
Tue Feb 28 08:24:09 PST 2012
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> Subject: Re: [dmarc-discuss] The Promise of Feedback (was: Re: Reports from DMARC)
> I don't see very many places where they'd be appropriate. Remember
> that MUST and SHOULD are about interoperating between senders and
> receivers, and can't force anyone to do anything they're not already
> inclined to do.
That depends on context. There's also the idea of doing an applicability statement for DMARC apart from the protocol pieces, and in those contexts the MUST/SHOULD stuff can be used to provide operational advice for compliance. It sounds like we are talking about doing both kind of document.
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