In <NGBBLEIJOEEEBMEIAPBKAEPOILAA(_dot_)scott(_at_)kitterman(_dot_)com> Scott
Kitterman <spf2(_at_)kitterman(_dot_)com> writes:
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I raise a warning on that kind of thing now.
Okay, but in that case it's also a real error. Bye, Frank
Cool. Then that's one that pySPF doesn't currently catch. More code to
I wonder, do any implementations catch that one now?
libspf2 only raises a warning. I think the validator at dnsstuff.com
also raises a warning.
The folks on namedroppers thought it was important to make sure SPF
implementations *NEVER* sent out DNS queries for numeric TLDs. They
have enough problems with it as is (e.g. that have quite a bit of
hardware/bandwidth dedicated just to handle those requests), and they
don't want new code building on that problem.