StevenUnderwood Posted September 12, 2005 Share Posted September 12, 2005 I just received this spam message at work over the weekend. http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z805297624z99...7106e4c25b943fz One interesting part is the following line where x was equal to the email address the message was sent to. Received_SPF: pass (go.com: domain of x designates 18.104.22.168 as permitted sender)It seems to be saying that my domain is allowing this host to send messages to us. I have no SPF records because XO has not implemented the capability of inserting text into our records (we control the DNS entries via a web interface). My last request to modify it was met with dumfounded silence. Anyone more up on SPF that can confirm why that line is there? Or is this another case of the spammers being more compliant of new anti-spam measures than common folk. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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