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I think we agree 100%, if we can get the rejection to happen at the end of
data, and not after delivery.
Yes, rejection during the SMTP session is *MUCH* better.
After delivery, the results of "joe jobbing"
are simply too onerous.
You are reasonably safe in sending a bounce after the SMTP session
ends if you have gotten an SPF Pass or if you get both a DKIM Pass and
the 2822.From: matches 2821.MAILFROM.
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