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Re: Branden's mail policies

also sprach Paul Johnson <baloo@ursine.ca> [2005.06.19.1544 +0200]:
> So punish them specifically.  There are blackholes that do that.  
> bl.spamcop.net, sbl.spamhaus.org, xbl.spamhaus.org and bl.ursine.ca 
> all do that.

And then they just hang up and dial in again to get a new IP.

> You need to take into account false positives as well when you're
> thinking about effectiveness.  If false positives are greater than
> zero, effectiveness is near-zero.

You need to make assumptions, and mine are that people send mail
according to the accepted infrastructure, which is to use

> > For what it's worth: how do you know they don't intercept the
> > mail that your mail spool then sends out?
> Eventually you get a bounce with the routing headers and you see
> a mystery hop through your ISP.

Who says they need to add headers?

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