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Fri 03 Feb 2006

DNS Enabler 2.0.4 Universal

Category : Technology/DNSEnabler204.txt

I've released DNS Enabler 2.0.4, which is a Universal Binary. It includes a couple of features that have been requested - a field for specifying forwarders and support for TXT records (see below) :

Seems like there is a new spam-fighting movement involving the use of SPF records (SPF = Sender Policy Framework), which are used in conjunction with TXT records kept at the DNS Server.

I don't quite understand this at the moment, but at least I've learnt there is something new. Also, if you're running a publicly accessible DNS Server, you can go to DNS Report and check how well your DNS Server stacks up against the standards.

Posted at 3:21PM UTC | permalink

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