[Dshield] DNS MX record block question
tom.laermans at powersource.cx
Fri Sep 5 23:04:14 GMT 2003
At 00:39 06-09-2003, you wrote:
>I said that one should absolutely
>block when the domain does not have a valid MX record because if you are
>not a valid mail server, then why are you sending me mail?
Why does the lack of an MX record mean you are not a valid mailserver?
MX records denote incoming mailservers, not outgoing mailservers, and are
as such irrelevant.
On the spamtools-list I'm subscribed to there are people talking about
overloading MX records to do such things almost like you describe.
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