Hi John, > If you don't like the way we handle your mail... I never stated anything like that. I was discussing the fact that I think it is not an effective method since it can be gamed and has quite some false positives.
I agree with your reply. I always have and always will. I just don't think it is the appropriate response to my email. Yours, David On 6 March 2018 at 17:55, John Levine <jo...@taugh.com> wrote: > In article <CAKxMAXzySjFNzpHGx=Wx0hqGX4gSOVyCTK6B=2B6qT0JS03T > j...@mail.gmail.com> you write: > >I am against scanning everything in order to protect. Because every method > >an ESP needs to do to "fix" these bad unsubscribes can just as easily be > >spoofed by bad actors (e.g. redirect url to non-malicious content for > first > >10 minutes). And not all ESPs are even aware of this scanning process (if > >they are even that capable*). > > If you don't like the way we handle your mail, feel free not to send any. > > For about the gazillionth time, receiving systems deliver mail out of > the goodness of their hearts. Smart ESPs understand that and make it > their goal to avoid annoying the people they depend on to deliver > their mail. > > R's, > John > > _______________________________________________ > mailop mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://chilli.nosignal.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/mailop > -- -- My opinion is mine.
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