"Did AOL jump the gun in its decision Wednesday to ditch Sender
ID and continue with its Sender Policy Framework (SPF) deployment
in the battle against spam? Developments among working groups
forming a new worldwide protocol for authenticating e-mail might
deflect AOL's objections.
"As internetnews.com first reported Wednesday, AOL Spokesperson
Nicholas Graham said the ISP was withdrawing its support for for
the Sender ID protocol for two reasons: lack of support from the
open source community and Microsoft's decision to discard one
e-mail verification standard for another..."
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