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Re: Affects of the balkanization of mail blacklisting
On Sat, 11 Aug 2001, Charles Sprickman wrote: > Which brings me to another point that's been eating at me since maps went > commercial... DUL seemed like more of a community effort than RBL or RSS. > Many entries were added by people volunteering their own information with > the idea that it was for the "common good". I for one, feel shafted that > this list to which I contributed, is only available if I choose to pay a > sizable amount of money. MAPS is not the first organization to charge for a 'community' service and won't be the last. Supplying your netblocks to MAPS does not pay the light bill. Or the employees. Or the attorneys. > As for MAPS working out deals for smaller customers, I've not yet received > any replies from their sales kritters, which I will interpret as a "NO". You've called them and not just emailed them, yes?