> Does anyone have any experience with having an attack done on your domain
> where the sender spoofs the header and then puts your domain in it as the
> sender. I think this is called a JoeJob and we are getting 1000's of the
> bounced messages because of it and are now having difficulty sending to some
> of the bigger email providers like aol, yahoo, and hotmail. I tracked the
> originating IP down to somewhere in Asia and reported them to the holder of
> the Whois information there. Anything else I can do?

Setup an SPF record.

http://www.openspf.org/

Matt


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