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

der Mouse <mouse@Rodents-Montreal.ORG> Fri, 19 June 2009 12:40 UTC

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>> In short, I don't see what's wrong with XM from a technical
>> standpoint.  What am I missing?
> As I recall, it was about systems that "know" that there'll never be
> anything but PTR, zone cuts, and maybe CNAME in the rDNS.

But why does that make it useless for people whose systems _don't_ make
stupid assumptions like that?  Would it be such a bad thing to need a
non-broken DNS server to take advantage of a new feature?  Or am I
still missing something?

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