chris.messina at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 04:24:49 UTC 2009
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 5:59 PM, Sabari Devadoss <sabari_d at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Perhaps email is something that you have to have in order to sign up
> > and access sites, but I'm not sure, again, that that's true for all
> > audiences. I think more research is necessary in this area, and in
> > specific applications.
> > Chris
> If the OP passes a verified email address via sreg or A/X then the RP can
> store this information and use it for AR purposes in cases where the user
> has forgotten the identifier used to log into the RP. One caveat is that
> the email being passed by the OP should be a verified email address. As
> part of the sreg testing currently underway at Yahoo! we pass the Yahoo!
> email address attached to the identifier which requires no additional email
> verification step on the RP's part.
Google also passes a verified email via AX, so if this becomes more common,
then I think it is something that RPs could become more reliant upon.
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