On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 3:25 PM, J D Falk <jdfalk(_at_)returnpath(_dot_)net>
> The debate has shifted from outright hostility to any NXDOMAIN check
> at all (complete elimination of it in it's
> entirely) to just removing it from a required algorithmic step and
> instead referencing it non-normatively with some version of "this is a
> good idea that you might want to think about if you're not already
> doing it."
> This is where we are at present on the NXDOMAIN issue I believe but
> others might have a different view.
That's my impression, as well.
What's the path towards settling this?
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