It's probably due to -all in SPF
kuspit.com descriptive text "v=spf1 ip4:18.104.22.168/32
ip4:22.214.171.124/32 include:icpbounce.com -all"
BTW: DMARC (RFC 7489) recommends to use 'DMARC' as a keyword to indicate
reject reason in in 550 message text.
Justin Frechette пишет:
> I feel as if I'm overlooking something and hoping someone could
> provide some clarity.
> Receiving these NDRs for a client:
> smtp;550 5.7.0 (SNT004-MC4F47) Unfortunately, messages from
> (126.96.36.199) on behalf of (kuspit.com <http://kuspit.com>) could
> not be delivered due to domain owner policy restrictions.
> This appears to be the diag for a bounce message with a DMARC record
> of p=reject (thanks to WttW
> however, the 5322.from address domain, kuspit.com <http://kuspit.com>,
> has the following DMARC:
> v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:ro8ow...@ag.dmarcian.com
> <mailto:ro8ow...@ag.dmarcian.com>, mailto:infraestruct...@kuspit.com
> <mailto:infraestruct...@kuspit.com>; fo=1
> We have not setup them up to DKIM sign using their domain yet
> (currently they are DKIM signing using a shared domain that does not
> match the 5322.from domain); however, with a p=none statement, I would
> assume that the messages would not bounce.
> Am I missing something obvious?
> Thanks in advanced.
> Justin Frechette
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