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Sender Policy Framework
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is an email authentication method designed to detect forging sender addresses during the delivery of the email. SPF alone
Policy framework
set of policies, or to guide ongoing maintenance of an organization's policies. Policy framework or specific frameworks may refer to: Sender Policy Framework
Sender Rewriting Scheme
SRS was devised in order to forward email without breaking the Sender Policy Framework (SPF), in 2003. In a number of cases, including change of email
Sender ID
Sender ID is an historic anti-spoofing proposal from the former MARID IETF working group that tried to join Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and Caller ID
mechanisms, Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM). It allows the administrative owner of a domain to publish a policy in their
TXT record
domain ownership Implementation of Sender Policy Framework, DomainKeys Identified Mail records for verifying the sender of email messages; Zero-configuration
List of DNS record types
2012). "Background on the RRTYPE Issue". Resolution of the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and Sender ID Experiments. IETF. sec. A. doi:10.17487/RFC6686. RFC
Forward-confirmed reverse DNS
a relation between an IP address and a domain in email are the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and the MX record. ISPs that will not or cannot configure
Authenticated Received Chain
the newest ARC-Message-Signature (based on the instance number) Sender Policy Framework DKIM DMARC "Authenticated Received Chain Overview" (PDF). The Trusted
Meng Weng Wong
sender authentication, Designated Mailer Protocol (DMP) and Reverse Mail Exchanger (RMX), and devised SPF (Sender Policy Framework, originally Sender