----- Original Message -----
From: "wayne" <wayne(_at_)schlitt(_dot_)net>
domain_a: v=spf1 ?include:domain_b -all
domain_b: v=spf1 -ip4:188.8.131.52 +all
Now suppose the SENDER IP is 184.108.40.206 so that there is a match in the policy.
Lets follow the PREFIX:
domain_a: prefix=+ default
domain_a: ?include:domain_b prefix is now ?
domain_b: prefix=+ default
domain_b: -ip4 prefix is now -
ip match -> return prefix=-
when the recursive call returns, what is the result?
prefix=- from hard ip4 match? or
prefix=? from hard ?include result?
Neither of those are correct. The result is prefix=- from the -all.
So the first one is correct which is what I concluded in my message.
It acts like
'if (eval(target) == Pass ) return prefix;'.
Right, which means MATCHING can only return PASS or FAIL and nothing else for a
INCLUDE. I had another example that illustrated that, change domain_b to:
domain_b: v=spf1 ?ip4:220.127.116.11 +all
and there is a MATCH for the ?ip4.
What is the result for this HARD NEUTRAL?
Sender Policy Framework: http://spf.pobox.com/
Archives at http://archives.listbox.com/spf-discuss/current/
To unsubscribe, change your address, or temporarily deactivate your
please go to