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Yahoo!'s Domain Keys Fight Spam
posted by scubacuda on Tuesday November 16, @03:10AM
from the dept.
News CNET: In addition to beefing up its storage (100MB -> 250MB), Y! Mail has implemented Domain Keys to find spam. The idea is simple: give email providers a way to verify the domain and integrity of the messages sent.

Sendmail, Inc. has released an open source implementation of the Yahoo! DomainKeys specification for testing on the Internet and is actively seeking participants and feedback for its Pilot Program.

Y! has submitted the DomainKeys framework as an Internet-Draft entitled "draft-delany-domainkeys-base-01.txt" for publication with the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force). The patent license agreement can be found here.

Update: /. discussion.

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    by hahaha2005 on Saturday January 15, @10:55AM (#1660)
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