SPF_Fail score too low?

Rick Chadderdon mailscanner at yeticomputers.com
Fri Apr 6 15:26:43 IST 2007

Steve Freegard wrote:
> Rick Chadderdon wrote:
>> I don't use SPF on all of my domains  because some of them have users 
>> that will have issues with it.
> SPF is still useful here to you here if you supply a PASS result for 
> everything that you know about, then return NEUTRAL for everything else.
> This doesn't impact the users in any way but can help people who might 
> want to whitelist your domain.

I suppose that's worth consideration, especially if my mailserver's 
address ever ends up in an RBL.  But...  I really can't see most admins 
being willing (or able) to set up a whitelist that only allows a 
whitelisted domain if it passed SPF.  Still, it could be useful in that 
case, I agree.


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