Frank Ellermann wrote on Friday, January 26, 2007 1:50 PM -0600:
Seth Goodman wrote:
This is why predicting the imminent demise of forwarding, because
we don't like it technically and because email as a whole would be
better off without it, is unrealistic at best.
Publishers of FAIL policies have obviously more pressing needs than
to survive rare cases of legacy forwarding to a third party checking
SPF. My counter is still one pseudo-551 since 2004-05 (zero in 2006).
Your counter for forwarded message rejections, as well as everyone
else's, is low because recipients are not rejecting on SPF fail. It
would be a serious mistake to assume that alias forwarding will go away
any time soon, despite claims that email will die if forwarding remains.
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