Subject: Re: E-mail from Korea, China or Taiwan no longer accpted
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On Sun, 05 Jan 2003 20:13:49 -0500, John Dyson
>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*
>> 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!
>Actually, I have a huge list of reject entries for sendmail (based upon
>the relay and source domains.) I added some additional ad-hoc
>rules in sendmail, and have indeed blocked entire countries. I
>normally watch my sendmail logs, and if I bounce mail from valid
>sources, then I specifically allow that source.
>My reject list is probably over 500 lines.
The British magazine, PC Format (Sep 2002, p 16), had a page on spam
that it thought was interesting.
Top ten spam origin domains accourding to spamcop.com
What spam wants you to spend your mony on.