mouss wrote:
> Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>>>>>> But back on topic... the OP has been joe-jobbed.

>>
>>>> mouss wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> he's not the only one... seems there's a lot of backscatter coming
>>>>> in these days.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks for confirming that spf doesn't fix the problem.
>>>>>

>>
>> SPF is designed to fix the problem,

>
> ahuh? how would spf fix the problem if spam gets out from an authorized
> client (yahoo, google, hotmail, aol, ...). however you respond, you'll
> find out that such (ougoing) spam problem isn't fixed _by_ SPF. In
> particular, don't tell me "they will fix their outgoing spam".


Who said anything about spam from an authorized source? The problem
*being discussed* is spam with a forged sender address, causing bounce
notices to go to an innocent third party.

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Kelson Vibber
SpeedGate Communications