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Re: Verizon is easily fooled by spamming zombies
On Jun 1, 2005, at 1:00 PM, Martin Hepworth wrote:
Zombies do both, but my comment wasn't about zombies, it was about users. If you are a user with a vanity domain trying to send e-mail "From: [email protected]", you cannot through VZ's system. Despite the fact we have spent years telling people they have to use their local ISP's mail server to send mail out.Patrick W. Gilmore wrote:Assuming it does via their systems - most zombies have their own smtp engine from what I understandOn Jun 1, 2005, at 12:28 PM, Steven Champeon wrote:IOW, VZ isn't even checking to see if a zombie'd host is forging itsThe other half of this is if you are on VZ's network and try to send mail through their system, you cannot unless you have a "verizon.net" from address. Or at least that was the case when my friend with VZ DSL tried to send e-mail through VZ from her personal domain.
Does VZ support SMTP AUTH these days? (My info is over a year old.)