From: Mark [mailto:admin(_at_)asarian-host(_dot_)net]
Sent: woensdag 1 december 2004 18:45
Subject: RE: [spf-discuss] Ignoring rejected mail?
But it is a little known fact, that, as far as encoding/decoding is
concerned, the RHS domain name of an SRS address is totally irrelevant!
just the same as something with my real domain
Come to think of it, 'self-signed' addresses (when the RHS of the original
email addres = RHS of forwarding domain), like:
Could, I suppose, be short-cut written like:
But what would be the point, really? SRS addresses already use short-cut
notation to avoid that they become too long, regardless of how many hops
they went over.
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