some of the controversy behind the Sender-ID mail standard.
""'The broadest adoption possible and the most consistent standards are in the interests of not just senders, not just ISPs, but of consumers,' said Trevor Hughes, executive director of the ESPC.
"Hughes also points out that even if it doesn't become a standard, Sender ID will still be a factor if the major ISPs adopt it.
"'Where we stand is that Sender ID is going to be a reality for large senders,' he said. 'We don't question the sincerity of the folks who are raising concerns over open source compatibility. We just haven't come up with the same concerns.'""
"Hmm. Did he just say the ESPC doesn't care about compatibility in a standard? Yes. I believe he did."
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