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Re: ml hacks for goodmail
* Randy Bush: > so, anyone working on the majordomo and mailman hacks for goodmail? > "i am sorry, but you can not subscribe to this list from an aol.com > address. don't ask us to explain, ask email@example.com." > > or am i missing something here? clue-bat if so, please. I don't expect the existing filters will change significantly. If you've got problems routing mail to AOL customers, you are just offered another option. I would be surprised if AOL intends to make money off that service; it's probably just an experiment if this helps to curb misuse of the bypass facilities (which have already existed). What's the response of the solicited bulk mailers? Do they welcome this move? If they are too happy about it, maybe we should be worried. 8-) As far as I can tell, the filters at AOL are far less problematic than crude filters at smaller sites which simply use SORBS or bl.spamcop.net.