Stuart D. Gathman wrote:
However, modifiers aren't allowed to change the SPF result
Objection :-) Of course modifiers can modify the result,
for implementations supporting the modifier in question.
I'll have to add a test:
testdefault.example.com: IN TXT "v=spf1 default=pass"
which had better result in neutral.
Good idea, an extremely old (late 2003 ?) modifier that
didn't make it in the first "frozen" spec. Maybe add
also a test covering the old include_subdomains=yes idea:
foo.bar.example without policy
bar.example with "v=spf1 include_subdomains=yes a -all"
Client says HELO foo.bar.example with corresponding IP
P.S.: Of course that gets us near to a point where we
need a IANA registry of modifiers. At the moment it's
in theory possible to invent a new default= modifier
doing wild and wonderful things, and the test suite
"shouldn't" (in theory) preempt such horrible ideas.
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