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12-14-2010 @ 8:02PM
DNS can't go wrong. If it says the domain resolves to an IP that is permitted it's from Google. Anyone can change the "Sender" field on an e-mail, even Outlook lets you do. You can't beat a domain verification though. I had a failed phishing attempt I was going to show the authentication results in the header from it but apparently deleted them earlier. Obviously follow the stuff listed above but as yet another checkpoint the header information in a e-mail doesn't lie. You'll see something bogus like email@example.com where it showed firstname.lastname@example.org on my example.
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