On Thu, 15 Mar 2007, Scott Kitterman wrote:
That is correct. This is not even a 'violation' of the RFC as RFC 4408 has
explicit allowance for addition of unknown modifiers later.
However, modifiers aren't allowed to change the SPF result, which
'default=' does. I'll have to add a test:
testdefault.example.com: IN TXT "v=spf1 default=pass"
which had better result in neutral.
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