Re: [dmarc-ietf] DMARCbis issue: Reporting URIs

Tomki <> Thu, 13 June 2019 00:27 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dmarc-ietf] DMARCbis issue: Reporting URIs
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FWIW (nothing, now?) I'm fairly certain that Netease did have a fully 
operational implementation of the HTTPS delivery component up until it 
was removed from the spec.


On 6/4/19 12:21 AM, Tim Draegen wrote:
>> On May 27, 2019, at 3:32 PM, John Levine <> wrote:
>> Section 6.3 says that ruf and rua tags can take any URI, but only
>> define the meaning of a mailto: URI.  Either it should define some
>> other URI schemes or it should say that only mailto: URIs are valid.
>> Back in the olden days there was an http or https scheme that we took
>> out because it was ill specified, and nobody but me had tried to
>> implement it.  If people are interested in an https PUT scheme it
>> would be easy enough to define one, but only if someone says they want
>> to use it.  For large reports it could be somewhat faster than mailto
>> both because the report body isn't base64 encoded and the report goes
>> straight to the https server and doesn't get relayed as mail does.
> FWIW I've added this to the tracker:
> ...and have mentioned the http POST scheme for TLSRPT. Feel free to add more context if you'd like.
> =- Tim
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