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Re: RBL quandry - opinions hereby solicited
On Mon, Nov 16, 1998 at 02:17:36AM -0800, Paul A Vixie wrote: > The RBL team and I are kind of wondering what to do about some spam we got. > Because blackholing NSI would be of operational concern to a lot of you, I've > decided to ponder this question out loud: The answer is simple: Follow your own guidelines for RBL entries. Are they rogue? Do ignore complaints, or lie in order to shut people up? Have they spammed repeatedly? Incidentally: NETSOL.COM isn't INTERNIC.NET. At least I think they use separate IP's. > > Message-ID: <199811102001.PAA18548@pasteur.netsol.com> > > Date: Tue, 10 Nov 1998 15:01:14 -0500 > > Reply-To: admin-remove@LISTS.NETSOL.COM > > Sender: Owner-Admin <owner-admin@LISTS.NETSOL.COM> > > From: List Manager Account <listmngr@LISTS.NETSOL.COM> > > Subject: Network Solutions' E-Commerce Update -- Steve Sobol [firstname.lastname@example.org] Part-time Support Droid [email@example.com] NACS Spaminator [firstname.lastname@example.org] Spotted on a bumper sticker: "Possum. The other white meat."