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On Wed, 28 May 2008, michael.dillon@xxxxxx wrote: > > > I don't see how, in your preferred replacement email > > architecture, a provider would be able to avoid policing > > their users to prevent spam in the way that you complain is > > so burdensome. > > To begin with, mail could only enter such a system through > port 587 or through a rogue operator signing an email peering > agreement. In either case, there is a bilateral contract involved > so that it is clear whose customer is doing wrong, and therefore > who is responsible for policing it. This is different from Amazon's situation how? Tony. -- f.anthony.n.finch <dot@xxxxxxxx> http://dotat.at/ SOUTHEAST ICELAND: EASTERLY 4 OR 5, INCREASING 6 OR 7. MODERATE INCREASING ROUGH. RAIN LATER. MODERATE OR GOOD, OCCASIONALLY POOR.