[dmarc-discuss] Inbox Clutter
johnl at taugh.com
Fri Jun 1 11:46:51 PDT 2012
In article <000501cd3fbf$1439d410$3cad7c30$@com> you write:
>Wouldn't it make sense to strongly recommend report generating hosts to
>enforce strict alignment to all aspects of the DMARC spec and well as apply
>policy "Reject"? This I guess should help receiving hosts to reject bogus
>report relatively simply.
Those were NDRs, not DMARC reports. It was long before DMARC was even
invented. For me the most surprising thing about it was that I didn't
even notice the load on my server, just the much larger log files.
On today's servers, dealing with 500,000 messages a day is not a big
deal. Any generic server in a rack can do it.
>No, but during one fairly annoying spam blast I was deflecting 400,000
>bogus NDRs a day.
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