offtopic: rant about thoughtless enabling DMARC checks
noel.butler at ausics.net
Sun Feb 10 02:51:44 EET 2019
On 10/02/2019 07:38, Ralph Seichter via dovecot wrote:
> * Juri Haberland via dovecot:
>> Blindly enabling DMARC checks without thinking about the consequences
>> for themselves should not be the problem of other well behaving
> Can you judge if DMARC is enabled "blindly"? No, I thought not. Also,
> the issue was not on the receiving end, but the reject policy for the
> originating domain.
> Personally, I choose to treat "reject" as if it was "quarantine",
> i.e. affected mail is rerouted to a specific folder.
>> And Aki, please go back to "munge only if needed" - munging all
>> messages leads to a really bad "user experience".
> Only speak for yourself please.
+1 (for entire post)
... and surely he does not expect those with a million plus users sit
here and whitelist the million plus mailing lists that exist around the
world, heh, like thats going to happen :)
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