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kevins at BMRB.CO.UK
Wed Jul 13 23:00:19 IST 2005
On Wed, 2005-07-13 at 22:57 +0100, Kevin Spicer wrote:
> If you can't tie your users down to using your servers then you should
> probably publish a ?all or +all. I've done this for a couple of the
> domains I look after (the others are using -all because I can). I think
> its probably a good idea to do this as MSN and hotmail are saying they
> will block mail from domains without an SPF record from November. My
> understanding is that it is the presence or absence of an SPF record
> that will determine if mail is blocked, reading between the lines a
> permissive SPF record is acceptable.
Replying to myself because I forgot to say that I found this site...
... rather easier to use than the spf record configurator on pobox's
site. It also does spf v2 records for senderID.
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