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- From: Phil Howard
- Date: Wed Jun 03 10:36:54 1998
> I may be on the wrong list here but here it goes.
> Can someone direct me to the right place for complaining about a US ISP who
> continues to host a know spammer. We can block his domain but this might not
> be fair to others. I have spoken to the LA providor (who I will not name as
> yet) after he refused to answer e-mail. However calling the US from
> Australia can get expensive. Any ideas where to turn?
By all means block them, if it solves a problem. If you have proof of what
they are doing, why not go ahead and name them, including the proof. Or just
enclose a sample of the spam, headers and all, without any accusations.
It would be unfair to others to NOT help get rid of this ISP and/or get the
other customers of this ISP to move on to greener pastures sooner.
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dot | email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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