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Posted on 2004-04-21
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Trying to open up a discussion about SPF.
http://spf.pobox.com/

Has anyone around here implimented SPF yet? I have been hearing alot about SPF lately is there any other tools that compete with SPF. Any opinions about SPF around here? Is it worth the trouble?

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My opinion:
It seems like a really good idea but might be a little tough to impliment. I see that spamassassin is trying to intergate it into its system but is only in beta right now. Postfix looks hard to get working with SPF but sendmail on the otherhand looks quite easy. Maybe its just to early yet to be looking at this new idea. It might be worth waiting a while longer.
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I personally think it is a really good idea, but I've been holding off on fielding it on a production server until I see what happens with it w/respect to IETF/RFC status.
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