implementing SPF, which milter?

Chris Yuzik itdept at
Sat Mar 3 08:56:49 CET 2007

Michael Choo wrote:
> thanks. However the users that travel and are affected are senior 
> management with no clue.
> the only thing they can do is raise lots of fuss about mails being 
> rejected by their clients.
> I think i'll try the port 587 solution and see how that goes.

We have tons of very non-technical "no clue" road-warriors; port 587 
seems to do the trick, and btw, WE set it up for them. We don't want to 
leave anything up for mistakes by non-technical people, so obviously, I 
recommend that you set it up for them.


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