On Thu 15 Mar 2007 13:58:27 Stuart D. Gathman wrote:
On Thu, 15 Mar 2007, Roberto Alsina wrote:
While it's not strictly compliant, it's pretty close (It fails only the
exp-syntax-error and require-valid-helo tests.)
The require-valid-helo test is actually rather important. It is a complex
policy using 'include:' to simulate logical negation. If you got that
wrong, you are likely to get other complex policies wrong.
The main problem is that I don't quite understand what the test's supposed to
do, so I asked in spf-devel about it.
The exp-syntax-error is not as critical.
The whole exp support is untested/half-done anyway.
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