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Re: AOL scomp

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Fri Feb 25 15:25:01 2005
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On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 17:02:23 -0500, Vinny Abello <vinny@tellurian.com> wrote:
> Forwarded mail shouldn't be rejected as a result of SPF if your mail server
> is using SRS to rewrite the from addresses in the "mail from" part of the
> SMTP transaction of the forwarded emails... as long as your SPF record
> isn't messed up of course. :)

No point in implementing SRS

There is however a point in asking people who persist in publishing
-all records to consider changing those to ~all or ?all, and then
telling people who treat spf hard failures as 100% sign of spam not
to.

  --srs (fresh from watching a Meng Wong / Dave Crocker / Jim Fenton
panel at apricot 2005)

-- 
Suresh Ramasubramanian (ops.lists@gmail.com)