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Re: Email peering

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Fri Jun 17 08:49:30 2005
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On 17/06/05, Joe Maimon <jmaimon@ttec.com> wrote:
> DNSWL -- this is already being done. It is not widely viewed as being in
> any way similar to a peering concept. What would be more similar would
> be a consortium of large providers providing such a whitelist. That
> would be something I would welcome.

Something that is already being setup, and that tends to add a slight
amount of reputation to any authentication schemes that might be used,
is a "feedback loop"

Kind of like what we do, or what AOL does (http://postmaster.info.aol.com/fbl/)

Not public as such, but well it is as much like peering as anything in
the smtp email world can be. [e&oe gateways to uucp and x400]

-- 
Suresh Ramasubramanian (ops.lists@gmail.com)




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