On 21/09/16 22:29, Franck Martin via mailop wrote:
What Microsoft does differently with DMARC, is that instead of rejecting the email it should reject, it accepts them and deliver them to the junk folder in the highest form of protection.
Actually, no. I sent an email to Gilles' email at hotmail from a DMARC unauthorized machine and got a clear message from hotmail servers: 550 5.7.0 (BAY004-MC3F56) Unfortunately, messages from (W.X.Y.Z) on behalf of (some.host.name) could not be delivered due to domain owner policy restrictions. That's with this kind of record: "v=DMARC1\; p=reject\; sp=reject\; pct=100\;"
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