Re: Which Spam Block List to use for a network?
On Wednesday 23 June 2004 20:51, Craig Sanders wrote:
> most ISPs (and mail service providers like yahoo and hotmail), for
> instance, will never have SPF records in their DNS. they may use SPF
> checking on their own MX servers, but they won't have the records in
> their DNS.
Looks like you can use SPF with Hotmail since February.
"February 26th 2004: The latest version of Mail::SPF::Query will parse
Caller-ID records! SPF-enabled MTAs can now read Hotmail and
Microsoft.com's records and translate them into SPF format." 
Q: Do all hotmail accounts have Caller-ID records?