Re: More on spam
Paul E Condon writes:
> It has been claimed that one person's spam is another person's ham. To
> what extent is this actually true? Or is this just obfuscation by the
> advocates of spam?
Almost all spam has forged headers. The domains are real and valid but are
being used without the knowledge or permission of the owners (this is
clearly illegal but the authorities refuse to act). There is no reason
such mail should be delivered. Implementing Sender Permitted From
<http://spf.pobox.com/> would put a stop to this.
firstname.lastname@example.org (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill