sender id and SPF

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by ryoun1b, May 5, 2006.

  1. ryoun1b

    ryoun1b Guest

    So I have a partial understanding of this whole sender ID thing. I think its
    an excellent idea, but, I wondering if anyone else has the same burning
    questions that I do:

    1) Once I publish an SPF record on my public DNS server, how do I know who
    will be using it for authenticating my domain and ip address?

    2) Does Exchange SP2 make the sender ID verification for inbound mail? What
    settings must be made for this to happen on Exchange SP2?

    3) Which commonly used smtp servers will make use of the SPF record I am
    publishing?

    4) What happens to outbound email without SPF and sender id?

    5) Yahoo and Cisco are working on yet another method, DomainKeys Identified
    Mail (DKIM). How does this affect sender id and spf?
     
    ryoun1b, May 5, 2006
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  2. Alexander Zammit, May 5, 2006
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