I am trying hard to refrain from addressing your personal shots at me. I
would really sweet of you if you could maybe put some effort in managing
this flaming instinct of yours.
For the final and last time, our implementation requires a LIST of domains
that will trigger the DMP and SPF lookup. It says nothing about how this
list generated, created or othewise - automatically or manually. It had
nothing to do with it but only the fact you will need it once you implement
LMAP solutions and learn real operation results from it. I am happy I was
able to provide to share some insight and maybe some possible implementation
cost savings when you do finally implement it.
Hector Santos, Santronics Software, Inc.
----- Original Message -----
To: "Hector Santos" <winserver(_dot_)support(_at_)winserver(_dot_)com>
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: SPF Support -> Re: MX Domain Name --> Was Re: Some Ideas I
would like to Bounce off ya
On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 09:30:29 EST, Hector Santos said:
In our work, it became a design requirement to add a "SPF Domain List"
holding a list of domains to check. I will now add AOL.COM to that
Then your design is broken, unless you want to keep doing
Let me check the other top dogs... msn.com, yahoo.com, microsoft.com,
hotmail.com, earthlink.com did not have txt records.
*THIS* for every domain that sends you mail. If you have any sense,
you'd make a cronjob that greps through the mail logs at 2AM and does
a 'dig $FOO txt' for all domains that you got mail from that weren't
already in your list.
Remember that there's a good chance that 75% of your mail *isnt* from the
"top dogs". And if you're relying on manual checking you might as well
go back to HOSTS.TXT.