From: "Stephen Shaw"
Subject: Re: E-mail from Korea, China or Taiwan no longer accpted
Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 05:01:09 +0200
Organization: The South African Internet Exchange
NNTP-Posting-Date: 6 Jan 2003 02:59:16 GMT
User-Agent: Pan/0.13.2 (I wwwondeling why alla boppah ferra pushing in?)
On Mon, 06 Jan 2003 01:03:47 +0000, Jim Thompson wrote:
> On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 01:56:40 +0100,
> "PCS Electronics" , In
> Newsgroup: alt.binaries.schematics.electronic, Article:
> , Entitled: "Re: E-mail from Korea,
> China or Taiwan no longer accpted", Wrote the following:
> |Now that's a great idea.... NOT!
> |Discrimination and prejudice has many different seemingly innocent faces.
> Sorry you took offense.... NOT!
> I have *massive* amounts of data supporting that these countries have no
> regard for law, and Korea, in particular, is the source of *many* viruses.
> By cutting off complete countries the rational members of those countries
> will crack down on the lawless ones... otherwise they will lose
> business... cutting off profit is *always* the best weapon!
> |"Jim Thompson" wrote in message
> |> In a fit of pique after an enormous Spam locked up my machine I have
> |> set up rules at the head-end of my son's mail server system that
> |> refuses E-mails from Korea, China or Taiwan.
> |> If more ISP's did the same most Spam would stop.
> |> ...Jim Thompson
> ...Jim Thompson
Most spam comes via 'open relay' servers of which, apparently, Korea has
schools are the worst due to a lack of knowledge of English required to set the
defaults to off in the relay section; though why some addresses
Whiich spam like hanmail.net and korea.com (both falling under the
US domain) are not the subject of severe US government action is a mystery