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Re: Email peering (Was: Economics of SPAM [Was: Micorsoft's SenderIDAuthentication......?]

  • From: Petri Helenius
  • Date: Sat Jun 18 13:14:20 2005

Michael.Dillon@btradianz.com wrote:


Today, if Joe Business gets lots of spam, it is not his
ISP's responsibility. He has no-one to take responsibility
for this problem off his hands. But if he only accepts
incoming email through an operator who is part of the
email peering network, he knows that somewhere there is
someone who will take responsibility for the problem.

That is something that businesses will pay for.


Just look at the Postini numbers...

Pete

But first, ISPs have to put their hands up and take
collective responsibility for Internet email as a service
that has value and not just as some kind of loss leader
for Internet access services.

--Michael Dillon







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