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- From: David Schwartz
- Date: Tue Mar 15 14:07:31 2005
> SORBS -- like _any_ other blocklist -- is simply an expression of opinion.
> if you feel that "somebody" is 'wrongly' blocking mail because of a SORBS
> listing, your _first_ step should be to contact *that* party, and request
> that either (a) they stop using SORBS, or (b) that they 'whitelist' you.
> *THEY* are the ones that made the decision to block your mail to their
Come on, that's just nonsense. If the New York Times publishes a front page
article about how you're an idiot, should you contact each individual person
who reads the article and try to convince them you're not? Or should you try
to convince the New York Times that they're incorrect and should publish a