On Mon, 19 Feb 2018, Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
Seems fine, although I've long found 7601 one of the most mysterious RFCs
ever published.

Why's that?  (And why wasn't this mentioned when 7601 or any of its
antecedents was in last call?  No errata?)

I admit I could have been paying more attention.

7601 says:

  DKIM results are reported using a ptype of "header".  The property,
  however, represents one of the tags found in the DKIM-Signature
  header field rather than a distinct header field.

So "header.d" means the d= tag, "header.i" means the i= tag, etc.  Those
are the only two identifiers DKIM evaluates, so they're the only ones that
were ever registered.

I get that, but I don't see where they were registered. I just see the examples in the RFC.

John Levine, jo...@taugh.com, Taughannock Networks, Trumansburg NY
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