Re: [Asrg] We don't need no stinkin IMAP or POP, was Adding a spam button to MUAs

Michael Thomas <mike@mtcc.com> Sun, 07 February 2010 00:37 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Asrg] We don't need no stinkin IMAP or POP, was Adding a spam button to MUAs
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der Mouse wrote:
>>>> [...TXT...]
>>>>         
>>> [...SRV...]
>>>       
>> I think that the dkim/spf experience is that anything beyond A and
>> CNAME causes some dns providers out there to fail.
>>     
>
> So what?  No matter what we do, it will cause some providers to fail.
> Heck, some of them fail without our doing anything at all.
>
> If anything, this would be a good thing, in that it may lead to such
> bustification getting fixed, much the way DKIM/SPF have (in the
> evolutionary sense) exerted pressure against unsupport for TXT.
>
>   
I'm only reporting what we've seen. SRV is likely to be more problematic
because it's less common, but even TEXT isn't without issue.

Mike