spf at metro
Jul 28, 2004, 6:35 AM
Post #4 of 4
spf deals only with envelope from, so the From header is still suspectible to
phishing. Sender-ID and others also look at the email headers themselves,
but don't quote me on details, you should check out the MARID drafts..
On Wed, Jul 28, 2004 at 02:48:18AM -0700, MDonoughe wrote:
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> No-ip will add it if you open a support ticket. The support people said that
> it would be added into the client accessable pages soon and that I would have
> to reenter it then.
> I have another question. What stops people from spoofing the origin? If I send
> an E-Mail to the list, and the list redistributes it then the list is
> spoofing the address because I only sent it to the list, but the list says
> that the mail you receive is from me. Couldn't someone say that they are
> relaying the mail for your domain like a mailing list?
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