incorrect spam setups cause spool messes on forwarders

Suresh Ramasubramanian suresh at
Tue Dec 2 19:34:35 UTC 2003

Alexander Bochmann  writes on 12/2/2003 2:05 PM:

> If some of the large Email providers like Outblaze, 
> Hotmail, Yahoo, AOL, etc. could agree on a more 
> integrated approach to implement at least some form 
> of sender authorization - possibly in the line of the 
> RMX RR draft[1] - as a service to the public, the 
> aggressive MX callbacks would perhaps be made 
> redundant... 

There are just too many RMX proposals around.

Once some of them get consolidated, it will be a good idea to adopt the 
best and most popularly accepted one.

At least now that ASRG has some good new leadership with John Levine 
stepping in as co-chair (Yakov has always been doing a great job) I hope 
things move forward :)

By the way there will be a panel on the different proposals during the 
conference track on spam that we at are organizing at 
APRICOT 2004 (  Speakers include Dave Crocker and 
Meng Weng Wong (the originator of spf)


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