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Links 1 through 10 of 58 by @nm tagged Messaging/Bouncing

'libsrs2 is the next generation SRS library from the original designer of SRS. It implements the Sender Rewriting Scheme, a part of the SPF/SRS protocol pair.'

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'If you find something delivered from a domain that doesn't pass the SPF check, DROP THE MESSAGE. It's obviously forged, and you don't have any hope of telling anyone about it.'

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(this is now common) 'Due to the increase in SPAM complaints and AOL's automated SPAM filter not being able to determine what is SPAM and what is a forward, effective Tuesday TCH will no longer allow forwards from TCH accounts to AOL accounts.'

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The concept of sending fake bounces can be very seductive to those who don't understand the consequences. Firing off a fake bounce gives a temporary feeling of power to the spammed, but it is futile and dangerous.

True bounce messages are generated by a mail server when there is an error with the email it is sending, based upon a reported error by the recipient mail server, such as the mailbox not existing. Fake bounces seek to mimic that, and so fool a spammer into removing a live email address. Sending such fake bounces is not a good idea.

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'mailservers should be configured to reject mail during the initial receipt, not after the fact. By rejecting during the "smtp conversation", mail servers can prevent the objectionable email from entering their network in the first place. Misdirected boun

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'Messages which may be reported:... Misdirected challenges from challenge/response spam filtering systems'

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