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Re: Spammers Skirt IP Authentication Attempts
On Wed, 8 Sep 2004, vijay gill wrote:
But if instead of foobar.com, it is vix.com or citibank.com, then their SPF records will not point at randomgibberish.comcast.net as an authorized sender. That means that if I do get a mail purporting to be from citi from randomgibberish, I can junk it without hesitation.
Yes, all we need for SPF to work is for spammers to play along and cooperate, and we'll be able to filter out the spam they send.
Earth calling... ;)