Geez, Is this *still* going on?
Why are you still cc'ing the list????
On Sun, 2002-12-29 at 03:11, Harry Tabak wrote:
> 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
> > 220.127.116.11/8, 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 18.104.22.168/29. Temporarily, I can't post to
> this list from one of those addresses -- but that is another story and
> is fixable.
> > -Chuck
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