Chuck Swiger wrote:
If one sends a message that could not be delivered, an error report
(called a DSN) is returned, describing the problem. People sending
legitimate email know who they've sent mail to, right? And when they
get DSN's, as you most probably did, you talk to your ISP, etc, etc.
How many bounced messages are you talking about, approximately? Would
you be willing to give those individuals a phone call to talk about your
message, instead, or ask their postmaster to change their spam-filter to
let your mail through?
In this case, the package configuration puts 'spam' in a separate folder
and doesn't send a bounce message. I may not get feed back until and
unless I do a follow-up call. A follow-up call is not always possible.
[ Because that's basicly what it all comes down to, all of the advocacy
for or against regulation aside. FWIW, I block three /16's under
126.96.36.199/8, but yours wasn't one of them-- I checked. Bah...I'm getting
1000+ dictionary scans from DSL pools in .br a day. ]
actually my block is 188.8.131.52/29. Temporarily, I can't post to
this list from one of those addresses -- but that is another story and
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