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RE: IETF SMTP Working Group Proposal at smtpng.org
- From: Robert Blayzor
- Date: Wed Aug 21 19:16:07 2002
> Uh, no. I have seen spammers use dynamic DNS to use throw
> away dial-ups accounts for incoming main service.
Right, but to run a "real mail server" you need a static address. Which
can be registered as a valid mail server. Dynamic IP's cannot.
> How about moving this to an approriate forum where people
> really know spam and mail? Nanog is for moving packets.
> Nanog does not usually care what is in the packet unless it
> is a routing protocol.
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exchange of technical information and the discussion of specific
implementation issues that require cooperation among network service
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Doesn't mention anything about "Nanog is for moving packets". An
anti-spam/security discussion seems perfectly acceptable to me.
Robert Blayzor, BOFH
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