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Re: Frank Carmickle and Marco Paganini must die

Le lundi 20 septembre 2004 à 15:38 +0200, Michelle Konzack a écrit :
> For SPAMers you will get them very quickly if they use T1/E1 or
> something like this, and they can be stoped bei RIPE for example. 
> SPAMers from Dynamic IP's are different. 
> Now, we know, that most SPAM does not come directly from the ADSL-
> Account owner, because most of them are infected with Viruses which do
> the SPAMjob.
> Blocking MAIL from DUL/DSL is the right thing.

It won't achieve *anything*.
If a spam is issued by an infected machine with a dynamic IP, it can use
the SMTP server from the ISP as well. How do you make the difference
betwen the two?
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