Frank Ellermann wrote:
So it would not be unreasonable to say that
bad a: arguments cause 32% of the failures -
bad ip4: causes about 26% -
bad includes cause about 23% -
bad mechanisms cause about 19% -
the rest is apparently insignificant
Interesting, the (relatively) "new" processing limits cause no
significant problems. The "bad includes" probably include bad
redirections, that's tough.
Thee appeared to be no bad redirect: anywhere
If that was a list with 6000 problems, was each record counted
once, or once per mail ?
Once per domain.
And what's the number of "no problem"
in relation to 6000 ?
I'm not sure how long the list took to build, but from memory he handles about 100,000
mails a day.
We probably need something like this for
a "lessons learned" + "implementation interoperability report"
(or whatever the name is) later when SPF is updated to PS. Bye
Yep - and he has had significant results from his efforts to contact people and get spf