The MIT 2004 Spam Conference
Posted Jan 30, 2004 20:40 UTC (Fri) by jmason
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farnz -- it has occurred to people before, as have other public-key-based auth methods.
The problem is key distribution. Without solving that, it'll help a small number of techies correspond with their existing groups of friends -- and that problem is already solved, for example with SA's autowhitelist. It's the mail from someone *new*, or from some automated mail-generating app, that's the problem.
(BTW we have a bug open in SpamAssassin's bugzilla to implement opportunistic PGP keychecking using the user's keyring anyway, if you fancy helping out ;)
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