At 7:32 PM -0400 9/10/04, Barry Shein wrote:
It's their dsl customer, why wouldn't they?
1. It imposes a direct cost for them to do so.
2. An SPF record is a statement that the name is a valid one for an
email address, but for that to be true the customer in question would
in the overwhelming majority of such cases (i.e. anyone on a
residential cable modem or DSL line handled by any major provider) be
in direct violation of their service terms.
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