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Re: SPAM Prevention/Blacklists
- From: Anne P. Mitchell, Esq.
- Date: Thu Mar 04 14:12:11 2004
Also, I like sender verification, but that's me.
i used it for some time, and reluctantly shut it down. blocked a lot
abuse, but too many false positives for my taste.
Could you go into more detail?
On a related note, for those of you interested, the IADB (ISIPP
Accreditation Database) is now up and running, although not publicly
announced yet. You can read information about it at:
Maybe I have others I just don't know about? How many people send
legit e-mail with return addresses which are bogus?
What is unique about the IADB is that it is designed to list not only
IP addresses, but also associated domains *if* the listee is publishing
an SPF record, and conversely IADB listees will be able to get a unique
"accreditation code" to put into their SPF records.
Anne P. Mitchell, Esq.
Institute for Spam and Internet Public Policy
Professor of Law, Lincoln Law School of SJ