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Re: Spam (un)blocking
On 04/06/05, Adam Jacob Muller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Firstly, what is the best way to remove myself from each of these > blacklists, if there is anything aside from going to each one > individually and saying "i'm not spamming anymore". Right now, that's about it -- but many folks only do temporary blocking based on recent traffic patterns, so you can also just wait a few days and I bet some of the problem will go away. > Second, is there some way to mark my block of addresses is owned by > responsible responsive system administrators. If there was, the spammers would be the first to adopt it. > We have tech support on duty 24/7 and abuse complaints are dealt with > in a timely manner, so I am wondering if there is a way to communicate > our willingness to help in the fight against spam. http://www.maawg.org/ is probably the best industry group focused on these issues right now. -- J.D. Falk As a carpenter bends the seat of a chariot <email@example.com> I bend this frenzy round my heart.