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stranikm

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Can somebody explain to me, what is difference between Caller ID and Sender ID?

How many do you have Caller ID record in DNS?

Thanks.
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dbott

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I was doing some research a few months ago and was looking on the MS site for the 'Caller ID' spec. I noticed that they had changed the name to 'Sender ID' and they did have a reference to the fact that they had changed the name.

I did a quick search yesterday, but could not find the original reference. A search for 'caller id' returns the 'sender id' page, as does the original site, http://www.microsoft.com/callerid .

It appears to be the same technology, although there may be some modifications/enhancements to the original spec from some of the contributing partners (just guessing here --- don't know for sure).

As for implementing SIDF, unfortunately my DNS server does not support it. We'll be doing an upgrade in the coming months and I will be implementing it at that time.

I hope that helps.

-Dave

[Updated on: Tue, 10 May 2005 16:08]

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pwhodges

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Caller ID was the MS system similar to SPF. Sender ID is the merged specification using SPF combined with some MS ideas, but is embroiled in the fact that it includes some MS patents.

Here is the description on the SPF site.

All my domains have SPF records.

Paul
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