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Re: VerizonWireless.com Mail Blacklists

  • From: Brad Knowles
  • Date: Thu Jun 02 00:34:54 2005

At 7:21 PM -0700 2005-06-01, John Bittenbender wrote:

    We don't provide email services to our customers. We are merely a
 wireless ISP generally used as their secondary connection to use while
 the customer is mobile. Another large portion of our client base are
 enterprises and public services/utilities that use their own systems.
Do you provide mail servers of any type anywhere at all on your network? Do you provide access to mail servers of any type through your network? If so, then you are an e-mail service provider (even if that isn't your primary function).

    The reason for our non-participation in Spam-L..... We aren't an
 email provider.
You should most definitely be actively participating in the appropriate forums.

Failure to do so should be considered a corporate statement that you implicitly condone any and all such activities that occur on your networks.


However, this discussion should be held in one of those forums where it is more appropriate to discuss this subject. Unfortunately, you don't participate in any of them.

--
Brad Knowles, <brad@stop.mail-abuse.org>

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temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

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Assembly to the Governor, November 11, 1755

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