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Mail Routing 3: Doing DKIM Perfectly

DKIM is the technology that signs a message and some of its headers at a mail server en route; mostly this is done by the originator of the email. One problem remains that slows down its introduction as a hard filter, and that is email handling that edits the message and then forwards it, as is common for email lists. This article nails the integration of DKIM with forwarding.

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Mail Routing 2: Doing SPF Perfectly

SPF is the technology that assures that mail only arrives from authentic senders. One problem remains that slows down its introduction as a hard filter, and that is email forwarding. This article nails the integration of SPF with forwarding.

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Using SASL with HTTP, Mail and LDAP in Nginx

All our work on identity must somehow end up benefiting applications. One of most interesting bits of software to do this is a frontend proxy. As so often, we find a few parts missing to complete our vision of a better-unified Internet.

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IdentityHub: Built with Blocks

The IdentityHub is a rather complex composition of processes. How are we going to design it with practical software? How are we going to help you run your own components? Here's what we have in mind.

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Identity 9: Phone Numbers are User Identities

Although the InternetWide Architecture is building structures to support advanced modern-day users now and in the far future, the properties of personal control over online identity can start really modest, with a simple phone number.

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