Petri Latvala wrote: > For this I'd like to hear actual numbers. I recently had a dynamic IP > for over a year and I sent mail directly from there. Never did I > encounter such filter. I never encountered this problem when I was on dial-up. With my previous ADSL ISP (whose mail servers were utterly unreliable), I found that I was intermittently being blocked by AOL and Sourceforget for being "trespass spam" and on the "dial-up list". I have found only one person blocking my current ADSL provider (who not only seem capable of running decent mail relays which filter spam passing through than and even *gasp* deliver mail on time; but also provide static IPs to all their customers). Since I am the primary (and only) MX for my domain, I see no reason why I should not be sending mail directly from my home mail server. Cameron.  Said person is a spam vigilante who has blocked the entire address space of at least two major ISPs in Western Australia.
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