[mailop] IPv6 DNSBL

David Hofstee david at mailplus.nl
Thu Mar 27 13:21:02 UTC 2014


>> I suggest reputation on the reply-to domain also (if authenticated of course). No more running to other IPs / ESPs if you are a bad boy. You can integrate it in browsers and show it there too (watch out; don't enter your email address here because they will spam you or have spam evading practices [if no authentication takes place]). Show the reputation in the email client if possible.

>Most are not authenticated. The vast majority of SPAM I see is, among other things, Joe Jobbed.

True. But the world must progress too. It would be nice if the spam-issue is better solved on IPv6 (than on IPv4). You would then have a reason to /not/ accept on IPv4 (and  give IPv6 a boost). 

There must be a good reason for people to get of their asses and start implementing things like DMARC. All the banks (!$%^) I talk to do not have any reason to implement it swiftly (they turn on p=none and then all progress stops). Frustrating that they are too lazy to implement a few DNS records. 

It only needs firm backing by 3+ large companies like Hotmail. Give everyone on IPv6 without DMARC a large spamscore (and publish that beforehand ;-) ). Give me ammunition and all corporates will move.


David Hofstee

Deliverability Management
MailPlus B.V. Netherlands (ESP)


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Owen DeLong [mailto:owen at delong.com] 
Verzonden: Thursday, March 27, 2014 1:40 PM
Aan: David Hofstee
CC: Michael Peddemors; nanog at nanog.org
Onderwerp: Re: [mailop] IPv6 DNSBL


On Mar 27, 2014, at 2:37 AM, David Hofstee <david at mailplus.nl> wrote:

> I suggest reputation on the reply-to domain also (if authenticated of course). No more running to other IPs / ESPs if you are a bad boy. You can integrate it in browsers and show it there too (watch out; don't enter your email address here because they will spam you or have spam evading practices [if no authentication takes place]). Show the reputation in the email client if possible.

Most are not authenticated. The vast majority of SPAM I see is, among other things, Joe Jobbed.

Owen





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