Dan Field wrote:
without this problem being solved I think adoption of SPF
will not happen on a global scale.
The idea is to get most spammers "adopting" it, if they don't
spoof FAIL-protected addresses anymore this battle is over.
Nobody said that it's the last or only anti-spam battle, it's
a very useful step (bogus bounces are crippling SMTP today).
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