SPF records @fedoraproject.org versus @lists.fedoraproject.org

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Mon Oct 5 14:58:44 UTC 2015



Am 05.10.2015 um 16:47 schrieb Marcin Juszkiewicz:
> W dniu 05.10.2015 o 16:43, Reindl Harald pisze:
>> well, that people should send their mail from the Fedora servers and
>> not from a wrong configured random MTA allowing random envelope
>> senders
>
> Many of those people send their mail from properly configured MTA
> allowing random envelope senders for authenticated users

well, and that's why spamfighting is that complicated....
a MTA allowing random sender is *not* properly configured

however, at least the bodhi mails should come from a subdomain with a 
SPF record or at least DKIM signed which would also hit 
"whitelist_auth", alternatively STOP THAT NEW mass mails while using 
fedora-easy-karma (which now works after a long time), i know by myself 
that i have commented a testing update

i guess you don't use random sevrers fro your @redhat.com....

redhat.com.             600     IN      TXT     "v=spf1 
include:u1969764.wl.sendgrid.net include:_spf1.redhat.com 
include:_spf2.redhat.com -all"

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