On Nov 5, 2007 7:09 AM, Bernd Wurst <ber...@bwurst.org> wrote:
Am Montag, 5. November 2007 schrieb Alessandro Vesely:
SPF is fairly effective at what it was designed to do.
When it matures to a level where it has widespread adoption then we
can all move from standalone to rejection based on spf knowing it is a
protocol which will deliver what it promises.
SPF standalone doesn't really help anything.
Yes it does. It helps the protocol mature through adoption. If
everyone takes the "chicken and egg" approach it will never mature. It
costs you nothing to put in place, put it in place and when it matures
you'll reap the huge benefit. Sit and whine that it has nothing to
offer immediate benefit, and we all lose out.