Re: [dmarc-ietf] Should 'undeliverable mail' be included in DMARC rua reports?

"Freddie Leeman" <freddie@leemankuiper.nl> Thu, 08 August 2019 12:53 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dmarc-ietf] Should 'undeliverable mail' be included in DMARC rua reports?
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So how should 'null reverse-path'-messages be processed (in the future)? I see three options:
 
-	Element's minOccurs gets changed to 0 and ‘null reverse-path’ messages are added without the 'envelope_from' element
-	Element's minOccurs stays 1 and ‘null reverse-path’ messages get an empty 'envelope_from' value
-	‘null reverse-path’ messages are excluded from DMARC reports

Do 'null reverse-path' messages add any substantial value to DMARC reports?

Pros/Cons? Your thoughts?

-- Freddie Leeman