Re: Fwd: Please confirm your message
>>>>> "Jan" == Jan Niehusmann <email@example.com> writes:
Jan> Time will tell. I fear that some day, the only way to use
Jan> email productively is to block all email with invalid sender
Jan> adresses. And I don't know a way do valdiate a (not yet
Jan> known) address but to try it and send a reply. If you
Jan> combine that with some autoresponders on both ends, no human
Jan> interaction would be needed, so annoyance should go down.
The above is based on the false premise that those who send spam are
incapable of sending it with (forged) real email addresses. They
already have lots of them to choose from.