Re: @debian.org email forwarding and SPF
* Giacomo A. Catenazzi (firstname.lastname@example.org) [040517 12:10]:
> Marco d'Itri wrote:
> >On May 15, John Belmonte <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>The debian.org forwarding done by the LDAP distributed email system
> >>doesn't seem to implement the sender rewriting scheme
> >And let's hope it will continue this way, SPF is a solution looking for
> >a problem.
> The spam is a real problem, and it is demostrable that there cannot
> exist a perfect solution (and I suppose also a good single solution).
> SPF solve a small part of the "spam" problem: it will reduce e.g.
> the viruses "from" firstname.lastname@example.org and the bounces of viruses and
> spam "send from" my address ad d.o.
> If spams forge address, there should be a real anti-anti-spam
> motivation, so SPF will help in this relative small field.
And SPF breaks at the same time the ease of forwarding email.
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