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Re: comcast spam policies

  • From: Al Iverson
  • Date: Wed Feb 07 15:49:18 2007
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On 2/7/07, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote:

As if that is not bad enough only comcast customers can complain. The link
given on the bounce email:

A pattern can apparently be discerned from a single email. The comcast guys at
better at pattern recognition than most of us. Unlike AOL there is no person
that can be mailed or contacted. Neither the link on the above page or
[email protected] will respond except to (they claim)
complains from individual customers.

Actually, links you to aka

That form does not indicate that only Comcast users may use it. Its
target is actually administrators of an IP address whose mail got

I've used it before, and it has actually worked for me.

Al Iverson
Who does not work for Comcast.

-- Al Iverson on Spam and Deliverabilty, see Message copyright 2007 by Al Iverson. For posts to SPAM-L, permission is granted only to this lists's owners to redistribute to their sub- scribers and to archive this message on site(s) under their control.