I don't understand your point. I started this discussion stating the
fact that SPF, DKIM and DMARC don't prevent people from being able to
spoof your email address.
And you tell me that I don't understand email security because SPF, DKIM
and DMARC don't prevent people from being able to spoof my email address?
What exactly were you trying to tell me?
On 10/15/16 16:57, Dianne Skoll wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Oct 2016 15:35:25 +0200
> Petr Bena <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Believe me, there are people or organizations who would happily
>> exchange ability to use mailing lists within some domain for
>> guarantee that their emails can't be spoofed in no way (at least
>> within their own domain).
> You seriously don't understand email security.
> Here's a thought experiment: How does your email reader display the
> following in the From: column?
> From: "Petr Bena <firstname.lastname@example.org>" <unrela...@spammer.org>
> and imagine that SPF, DKIM and DMARC for spammer.org all pass just fine.