Re: WOW! See World Record Sex!!!
On %M 0, Hamish Moffatt wrote
> On Tue, Aug 04, 1998 at 11:27:15PM -0400, Igor Grobman wrote:
> > On %M 0, Dan Jacobowitz wrote
> > > Perhaps hotmail should be treated like AOL for our spam filters?
> > I think we should ban all of uu.net instead. UU.NET customers have always
> > been responsible for ~20% of the spam, but lately it's been over 50%. In all
> > this time, I have *never* gotten a single response from them. I am getting
> > fed up with this. I know uu.net servers quite a few ISP's, but all I am
> > planing to ban are the dyn-ip addresses, and relay*.uu.net which don't even
> > have relay filters installed! Legitimate posters should still be able to send
> > mail using their ISP's mail server.
> I forward every spam I receive from customers of theirs to firstname.lastname@example.org
> and usually received notification later on that they are working on it.
> They do have a lot of spammers, but they do seem to have a lot of
> customers too.
Sure, but I want a real human response not always, just once in a while. Have
they fixed their open relay problem that they've known for more than a year?
nope. "We are too big" crap just does not work anymore. Banning uu.net
dynamic IP addresses will cut on spam in a major way, and should not impede any
legitimate users in any way.
Of course, spammers can just go back to using open relays <sigh>, but that is
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