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Re: ISP phishing

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Wed Jun 29 08:41:09 2005
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On 29/06/05, william(at) <[email protected]> wrote:
> Another issue is that are doing the forwarding are the ones that
> are most often least maintained as far as upgrading software and
> enabling new SMTP features. As a result an idea that we will ask
> all forwarders to change and identify themselves in forwarded mail
> can not happen as quickly as path authentication proponents want.

Please name a few names on just who is not enabling "new smtp features" 

And what "smtp features" you'd like enabled.  RFC 2822 / ESMTP hasnt
changed all that much, and then there's SES, which if you call an SMTP
feature, I'd beg to differ on that ..