On Thursday, August 26, 2004 at 3:01 PM, Doug Otis argues: (via my
summary / paraphrase)
That spammers will create messages that forge domains whose SenderId
records include "+all".
Yes, they will. And those domains will get a (richly deserved) bad
reputation, and most people will refuse to accept mail from them.
That other (unspecified) factors will cause many legitimate domains to
publish records with "+all".
I don't believe it. I certainly haven't seen anyone on this list claim
that they intend to publish a "+all".
That SenderID will cause the normal, person-to-person email message to
use something other than PRA == 2822 From == bounce address.
I don't believe this either. Is there any support for this proposition?
If SenderID forces a change, then what will it change to?
That all problems are solved if we merely implement
I (and many others on the group) disagree, for reasons stated many times
-- Jim Lyon