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Re: Has postini been taken over?
At 10:17 PM 19-08-04 -0700, Ray Wong wrote:
You are missing my point. I am the ISP. I have a *downstream* customer who may or may not have signed up to Postini. This *downstream* customer is bypassing my anti-spam ACLs by somehow using Postini. I am trying to figure out how Postini works.> I am just trying to understand how postini is bypassing my anti-spam ACLs. Again, you haven't answered his question.... Did your ISP or some other email provider possibly sign up for Postini? How many different domain addresses forward into your account? If you accept mail from any other server for any other domain, that domain could be a postini customer.
Postini does not originate or forward spam, they filter mail destined for their customer domains. Some spam gets through their filters, because spammers are smart and adaptively evil. It's really quite simple. -- Ray Wong email@example.com