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Re: 220.127.116.11 (18.104.22.168 /24) blocked by bellsouth.net for SMTP
- From: sigma
- Date: Sun Sep 25 19:35:21 2005
> No, what will happen more and more is that parties who forward email
> will have to make a "best effort" to ensure that it is not spam.
> Meaning a policy "unfiltered email does not get fowarded to external
This was my point. Have we already come to the day where regular e-mail
forwarding is no longer workable? If so, we'll adapt, naturally, but I
didn't think that day had come yet. And I didn't think Bellsouth would be
leading the way.
> This is a problem. Headers would go a long way to disabling the
> forwarding instances and/or mandating strict filtering for those customers.
> That being said, assuming you have told bellsouth you were working on
> eliminating raw forwarding they should have worked immediately to lift
> the block and give you the benefit of the doubt.
Bellsouth hasn't even said they want forwarding eliminated or filtered;
they are just being obstinate and unhelpful.