The jSPF library is pure Java SPF implementation. It was designed to match the current SPF-Specs of 2006-2009 (See RFC section). SPF is also knows as Sender Policy Framework. It was designed to detect email spoofing.This is the solution if you ever was tired of getting spam from yourself. For more informations see openspf website.
The JAMES Developer Team is proud to announce the availability release of APACHE jSPF-0.9.8. This release includes fixes for correct handling of TXT record escapings and pass the fc4408-tests-2009.10 testsuite.
After 1 year we are proud to announce the availability release of APACHE jSPF-0.9.7. This release includes fixes for correct handling of $ signs in the local-part of emailaddresses and quotes in SPF-Records. It also includes a new version of dnsjnio which fixes some race-condition when using the async mode of jSPF.
We are proud to announce the availability release of APACHE jSPF-0.9.6. This release fix two possible NullPointerExceptions and handle the "exp=" modifier correctly.
After some more work was done, we proud to announce the release of jSPF-0.9b4. 0.9b4 correctly supports SPF DNS record type (previously we only supported TXT record type) and introduce support for spf extension policies like fallback, override, trusted forwarder.
Latest: jSPF v0.9.5
jSPF v0.9.5 is the current release. Both binary and source distributions are available.
This release passes all YAML tests published by openspf.org (still under development). So it should be fully RFC4408 compliant.