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Re: Slashdot: Providers Ignoring DNS TTL?
On Sun, 01 May 2005 21:09:50 EDT, Dean Anderson said: > criticisms (made presumably in 1999), were correct. In 2005, SMTP AUTH is > basically dead. There hasn't been a new mail client supporting SMTP AUTH > in many years. What would be the point? There's almost no new car companies supporting seat belts too. It's hard to get new ones when it's near 100% support. (Who *doesn't* support SMTP AUTH? Are there any major or even minor players that don't? Heck, even the now-venerable 'nmh' descendant of MH will do SASL auth for you....) But as long as we're playing: Evolution and Mozilla's mail client are both fairly newcomers, and both do SMTP AUTH....