[TriLUG] DNS Questions / Help
jason at cerient.net
Thu Mar 23 21:43:06 EST 2006
if you're using smtp-auth, what does it matter whether you're roaming
around or not? the mail will still be relayed the "official" mail
server. if they're roaming and using a *local* smtp server then SPF
records are relatively useless.
Jon Carnes wrote:
> This is an interesting idea. I really don't think it's going to catch on
> (or course I thought the idea of a "pet rock" was also pretty dumb).
> Unfortunately most folks roam around a bit *and* use authenticated SMTP
> (now THAT would be a better standard to push), so their email can have
> just about any IP address on the net and still be valid for your domain.
> Of course if all your users hang out in the office... and the office has
> a static IP range... and all your mail sent from your domain is only
> sent from the office... then Heck this will work.
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