Re: [Asrg] What are the IPs that sends mail for a domain?

"J.D. Falk" <jdfalk-lists@cybernothing.org> Fri, 19 June 2009 17:24 UTC

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Ian Eiloart wrote:

> Which is why I said it has to be done the other way around. Some
> organisation with a significant email user base needs to take a lead on
> this. It could be a large ISP, a large webmail provider, a government,
> or some other body. It has to be done before the situation gets out of
> hand, though.

If the ASRG were to publish some research showing that this is a good idea, 
it'd go a long way towards convincing one of those organizations you 
mentioned to consider implementing it.

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J.D. Falk