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Sam Hartman writes:
"Hallam-Baker," == Hallam-Baker, Phillip
>> From: fanf2(_at_)hermes(_dot_)cam(_dot_)ac(_dot_)uk
>> Behalf Of Tony Finch
>> So would you say that this effort shouldn't aim to
>> automatically eliminate spam and phishing, but instead make it
>> easier for users to manually identify the < 10% of email that
>> is legitimate?
Hallam-Baker,> For better or worse the email authentication means
Hallam-Baker,> of solving the spam problem is owned by
Hallam-Baker,> SPF/Sender-ID framework for the next couple of
I'm not at all convinced that is true. Moreover I'm convinced that a
MASS-style solution can do a better job of providing usability to end
users than SPF.
Yes, I too would like some evidence to back up that assertion.
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