-----Original Message-----
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mark D. Foster
Sent: dinsdag 11 december 2007 0:40
To: Dan Mahoney, System Admin
Subject: Re: FreeBSD mail forwarder and SPF

> The solution is @ http://www.openspf.org/FAQ/Forwarding
> If garga@ isn't following the recommended practice of whitelisting
> freebsd.org's MX servers then breakage results. That said,
> mx2.freebsd.org is NOT LISTED as an MX of freebsd.org, so maybe that
> is contributing to the problem.

Like you said, if he wants to send mail through the FreeBSD server, using
his prime.gushi.org domain, he should add "ip4:" to his SPF
records for that domain (or do some SRS forward rewriting).

But what's mx2.freebsd.org not being listed as an MX of freebsd.org got to
do with SPF?? There's no requirement, whatsoever, for mx2.freebsd.org to be
an official FreeBSD MX record. Who cares? FreeBSD includes
"ip4:" in its SPF records (which is mx2.freebsd.org). That's all
SPF needs to know.

- Mark

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