From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: E-mail from Korea, China or Taiwan no longer accpted
References: <3E18D84D.F137FED7@iquest.net> <3E1BB7CB.F0C0F811@mfi.net> <3E1EE484.23A9542C@mfi.net>
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Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 17:50:45 -0800
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In article <3E1EE484.23A9542C@mfi.net>, email@example.com mentioned...
> Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name wrote:
> > In article ,
> > firstname.lastname@example.org mentioned...
> > >
> > > BTW, on the subject of mailwasher and bouncing, the beta version has
> > > the option to bounce messages direct to the spammer after checking for
> > > a valid MX record (see accounts advanced options). That would seem to
> > > overcome the argument that it is a waste of time as all spammers have
> > > invalid return addresses. At worst I guess you would email the open
> > > relay which is not a bad thing if it gets them to close it :-).
> > Well, if you mention this in the NANAE newsgroup, they would say that it
> > violates the cardinal rule of the net, you're never supposed to harm
> > anyone. Sending the bounce back to the relay raped server is adding to
> > its load and if there are enough bounces it would overload and disable
> > the server (and make the server admin a very unhappy person). But then
> > they advocate using block lists which cause collateral damage to
> > innocent bystanders, so i don't see how bringing down a server could be
> > worse than that.
> If it crashes often enough, they may get mad enough to set it up
Trouble is, none of the instructions are in Korean. So they make the
same clueless mistakes each time.
My email address is whitelisted. *All* email sent to it
goes directly to the trash unless you put NOSPAM in the
Subject: line. alondra101 hotmail.com
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