Re: [Asrg] [ASRG] SMTP pull anyone?

John Levine <johnl@taugh.com> Tue, 18 August 2009 03:38 UTC

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>The model is like a simple C/R involving Message ID of a mail. The
>sending domain provides the Message ID and allows computational time
>for the receiving domain and then query the sending domain to send
>the message.

This model has been proposed many, many, times before.  I suppose we should
make a page for it in the ASRG wiki of anti-spam techniques even though it's
more of a mail system redesign than an anti-spam measure.

R's,
John