Re: [Asrg] Where to send the ARF report, was Adding a spam button to MUAs

Dave CROCKER <dhc@dcrocker.net> Sat, 06 February 2010 19:40 UTC

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On 2/5/2010 4:49 PM, John Levine wrote:
> You know, this is the sort of thing that SRV records were invented to
> do.


SRV was invented to find a server address.

If the reporting mechanism is defined according to a standard TCP or UDP port, 
then SRV is a reasonable way to go.

If the reporting mechanism is defined according to an email address, then SRV 
does not provide enough information.

d/

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   Dave Crocker
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