On Monday 20 September 2004 17.26, Josselin Mouette wrote: > Le lundi 20 septembre 2004 à 15:38 +0200, Michelle Konzack a écrit : > > 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? It *can*. But currently it does. Same as with greylisting (which, incidentally, blocks 99.9% of the same spam that blocking DUL does bad without most of the bad effects): spammers can retry (and, in time, will) - but right now, they don't, and right now, I'm enjoying a virtually spam free INBOX. -- vbi -- Und zu Opas Beerdigung den stärksten von Jacobs: "Die Auferstehung" - wunderbar!
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