Then there's the issue of spam and spam blocking. Google does a great
job of blocking spam.
it blocks ligitimate e-mail very efficiently.
for them - legitimate - means coming from the "wheel of friends" which
means all other "free" huge services.
everything else may pass, or may not, who knows.
of course it's not just gmail problem, but all of it's "friends" too, and
- quite often - of smaller mail services.
using spamassassin as antispam looks safe (i'm using it quite long), using
automatic IP-based blockers are bad.
spamassassin weights probability of being spam giving point.
when it classifies mail badly by one rule, and well by others it still
does the good job.
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