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

Douglas Otis <dotis@mail-abuse.org> Wed, 26 August 2009 19:30 UTC

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On 8/26/09 11:06 AM, John Levine wrote:
>> Rich, does ipv6 change any of this?
[]
> This suggests that whitelisting techniques (most likely based on DKIM)
> will become much more important to recognize mail from people you know
> are credible.

Agreed. The transition will be from blocking bad, to accepting known 
good.  One might expect efforts being made to vet new domains or IP 
addresses.

-Doug