For those of you who don't naturally think in RFC-speak, here is a gentler introduction to
It's still not quite as "plain English" as I would prefer, but it's not bad. I would be
interested to hear other opinions about a) how much good for individuals who adopt it
tomorrow, b) the likelihood of it being widely adopted, and c) how much good it could do if
I'm still sad about SPF. The worst part was when I set up both email hosting and outgoing smtp
services at pobox.com (who themselves were among the SPF originators), and was still unable to
find or get a simple recipe for configuring SPF.