Re: [Asrg] reject and DSN, was What are the IPs

John Levine <johnl@taugh.com> Wed, 01 July 2009 22:08 UTC

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>But, what good reason is there for NOT using a DSN when you get an
>SPF pass?

Why should it do anything different from what it does the other 95% of
the time?  SPF is far from universal, and a whole lot of SPF lookups
end up saying "maybe".

R's,
John