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Re: dnsbl's? - an informal survey
Mr. James W. Laferriere wrote:
You seem to think that customers give ISPs a choice. The fact is, customers scream about the 50-90% spam that hits their mailbox and want it gone at any cost. Whitelisting is easy, and done when requested. Customers are happy.Hello Charles & All , Love all of you that want to filter , Please do I would bo one of those that you'd filter . I've been running my little home netowrk for ~8 years using dialup , isdn , adsl , cable . Never could get any employer to fork over better than that . It brings to mind something Randy said ,(something like) I highly recommend that my compititon ... That way people (ie: customers who know better) will find a non/inteligent-filering provider . Please THINK before doing . Hth , JimL
The stance now stands, if you can't afford a static IP address to properly run a mail server, then use a smart host. If a server isn't static, then the IP address can't be trusted or the next guy at that IP address will be a spammer. Most places will whitelist based on email address or vanity domain if asked.