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- --On Thursday, November 29, 2007 07:59:56 -0800 "Joshua D. Drake"
> Alvaro Herrera wrote:
>> Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>>> - --On Thursday, November 29, 2007 13:53:06 +0100 Magnus Hagander
>>> <magnus(at)hagander(dot)net> wrote:
>>>> That one may be, but it's not like it's a *new* concept that you shouldn't
>>>> have end-users connecting and sending email on port 25...
>>> Is anyone arguing that? I always connect / send on port 25 ...
>> The IETF is. What they are saying is that you are helping the spammers
>> by not using 587.
> O.k. what I don't understand is, "how" are we helping spammers? It isn't like
> we allow relaying without auth.
And is there a reason to assume spammers are that stupid as to not switch to
using 587 if that does become some sort of standard?
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