What must one do to avoid Gmail's retarded non-spam filtering?
Jeroen van Aart
jeroen at mompl.net
Wed Sep 29 13:11:43 CDT 2010
Erik L wrote:
> Received-SPF: pass ...
> Authentication-Results: mx.google.com; spf=pass ...
> So the problem is unlikely to be a SPF issue, as mentioned in my first e-mail.
The lack of SPF records should never be the reason to block an email.
It's about time SPF is being laid to rest, it's broken, ineffective and
a flawed concept. Well, it's effective in legitimising spammers and
breaking forwarding for example, but otherwise...
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