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    Check this out! I saw this on CNN this morning.

    http://money.cnn.com/2004/06/23/tec...dex.htm?cnn=yes

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    DEAD LINK

    Anything related to this?
    We asked AOL for the straight story. Here's what Carl Hutzler, AOL's anti-spam director told us:

    "We are asking people already on our whitelist (and newcomers) to set-up SPF records to simply help the 'management' of the IP based whitelist. It has nothing to do with qualifying a person to be on our whitelist or
    negatively affecting their mail if they do not have SPF.

    "SPF simply is a way to publish outbound mail server IP addresses, which is exactly what AOL needs to whitelist someone. Instead of a whitelisted organization having to update AOL every time an IP address changes (server gets shut down, returned on lease, etc.), if the organization uses SPF, they can maintain their own list of legit servers and AOL can query their SPF DNS record to get any updates (perhaps once a day or so).

    "We do not have a timeframe for AOL to implement SPF on our inbound systems yet. End of summer is what we are targeting. But this has almost nothing to do with the whitelisting feature. We aim to begin using SPF in our whitelist update processes in the next month or so."

    You can get more information at AOL's Postmaster page. (from EmailSherpa-blog)
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    Sorry about the dead link try this one. It has nothing to do with that.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5279826/

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