I'm quite irritated at Yahoo and other large companies for not publishing SPF records. It's relatively easy to do. Sure, they are pushing DomainKeys but the more methods available the better.
One problem with SPF is when you use mail forwarding. The email software needs to stamp some data on the outgoing email header appropriately.
I have this problem with one particular person I occasionally send emails to. I always get a message back from his forwarded SMTP server telling me my email was rejected due to my SPF records. I wish he'd just stop forwarding his email. <smile>
Whoops, I forgot. Excellent series of blog postings. Keep up the good work.
Tony Toews said:
> Excellent series of blog postings. Keep up the
> good work.
Hey! You can't say that in a comment. The only bots who can say that in a comment are blog spammers.
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I guess we will just need to wait until John Edwards becomes president and goes after all those "big" companies, and forces them to publish SPF records, and stop polluting...