Re: Anyone willing to relay for me for a price?
On Wednesday, July 9, 2003, 12:35:58 AM Jesse wrote:
JM> Here is some helpful info;
Yes, that is moderately useful, which is more than I can say for the
information provided by BT, my ISP.
JM> WARNING! Blatant flame ahead! Danger Danger!
JM> The real problem is that you are a second class Internet citizen because
JM> you don't have a "business class" service, which means a T1, E1, or greater.
I'm particularly angry as I pay less than $800 per month but way more
than I need to so I get "business" broadband ... to no advantage I can
JM> Angry? Good, you should be. I am.
JM> I have similar problems with mail servers that do reverse DNS SMTP
JM> session checking. Short of paying for a T1 at $800 USD a month, there
JM> is no way that I can get an IP allocation with reverse DNS delegation so
JM> that I can make my mail server's MX record match up with the PTR record.
Again, I have that problem but I haven't seen many or any bounces that
I think are down to that. Another thing I have to get onto the ISP
about again. This is mad. I'm all in favour of clamping down on spam
but this is cutting the Internet down to a very two class system as
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