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- From: Alex Rubenstein
- Date: Wed Jun 19 23:18:28 2002
Since my last posting, I've told SpamAssassin (which, btw, is a rocking
piece of ware) to count osirussoft (sp?) as a 0 point rule.
They are so unilateral in the way they do this, and, often times don't
even provide a _chance_ for the ISP to rectify the situation.
On Wed, 19 Jun 2002, Mark Radabaugh wrote:
> > So, to the point; what is the consensus on SPEWs? I've never really
> > noticed them until this point.
> It's sort of an interesting concept but at least in my opinion it is
> unusable as a blacklist. Did you find the listing was causing a lot of
> mail to bounce?
> Mark Radabaugh
> (419) 833-3635
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