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- From: Sandy Harris
- Date: Thu Jun 20 16:50:51 2002
> On Thu, 20 Jun 2002 14:33:18 EDT, Sandy Harris <email@example.com> said:
> > > > If the offending ISP does not respond, and you have exhausted all avenues
> > > > available to you to get the ISP to get its customer to stop spamming -
> > > > whether by TOS'ing the customer, education or whatever -
> > ... and you've waited a reasonable time ...
> > Then the ISP is obviously either incompetent or deliberately aiding the
> > spammers. Why should you even consider anything less than blacklisting
> > every netblock the ISP has?
> What do you do if the ISP says "We want to turn them off, but they've managed
> to get a restraining order preventing us"? We've seen THAT before....
Then the part above about
> > > > If the offending ISP does not respond, ...
obviously does not apply. They are responding. You clearly do not even consider
You might ask them for help in blacklisting exactly the spammer's addresses.