On Monday 13 March 2006 21:08, Gustavo Franco wrote: > On 3/13/06, Adrian von Bidder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > On Monday 13 March 2006 04:20, Anand Kumria wrote: > > > That means that as of now, uol.com.br are now considered spam > > > addresses and anyone with that address (uol.com.br) has now been > > > unceremoniously unsubscribed. > > > > Just curious: how many accounts where these? I have blocked quite a > > bit of .com.br in my own filters already, and "uol" rings a bell, I > > suspect I've already seen it in spam a few times... > > Do you really agree that unsubscribe every uol.com.br address was a good > thing? Since it's not Debian mail *to* uol.com.br that's the problem, but mail *from* them, I'd just habe blacklisted all @uol.com.br sender addresses and their IP space for incoming mail instead. But I'm not listmaster. The general idea is: if uol.com.br is not able to react to repeated requests on postmaster and abuse addresses, let's separate their part of the Internet from our part of the Internet. With that idea, I agree. -- vbi -- May the bluebird of happiness twiddle your bits.
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