On 22/07/2010, at 3:39 PM, Regan Murphy wrote:
How common is this scenario? It's such a pain in
the ass and I'm getting sick of dealing with it.....
OrgA emails OrgB.
Email goes through MailHostingCompany's SMTP server.
OrgB rejects OrgA email because SPF disallows HosterA's smtp server from sending
email on behalf of OrgA.
So OrgA’s SPF record is misconfigured (doesn’t accurately describe how they send mail).
Shouldn’t be that much of a pain to fix? Certainly one of the less hairy mail problems out