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RE: National Do Not Call Registry has opened

  • From: Mike Damm
  • Date: Fri Jun 27 13:09:01 2003

*sigh* So why did Richard Callahan even bother soliciting advice the first
place? They are demonstrating they have no concern in operating a decent
mail system, even after many kind folks here provided them all the info they

I've had two confirmations dropped so far today. Bad in-addr and 'click
here' seem to have tipped the scales.

To save you all some keystrokes... has no MX records. No reverse DNS on any of their outbound
mail boxes. And they obviously are not processing bounces/complaints/etc.
since nothing on that netblock has port 25 open.


Michael Damm, MIS Department, Irwin Research & Development
V: 509.457.5080 x298 F: 509.577.0301 E: [email protected]

-----Original Message-----
From: John R Levine [mailto:[email protected]] 
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 10:53 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: National Do Not Call Registry has opened

The domain is, IP range is

They all seem to have the same subject line.

Subject: National Do Not Call Registry - Complete Your Registration

DCC checksums (already have a count of 25 even though it's only been open
for an hour or so and it's the middle of the night):

 ok fuz1 ac8763a8 a9e8d829 5e8a506b 1d6ac5e5
 ok fuz2 bc65f25a 2c08ccfd 5b8b6e2c 3c806c1d

They don't quite have all the bugs out.  I gave them three phone numbers,
but they only sent two confirmations.

John Levine, [email protected], Primary Perpetrator of "The Internet for
Information Superhighwayman wanna-be,, Sewer
"More Wiener schnitzel, please", said Tom, revealingly.

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Subject: [[email protected]] National Do Not Call Registry -
    Complete Your Registration
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Click here [ url snipped ] to complete your request to register your phone
number ((607) 330-5711) on the National Do Not Call Registry.

Important: You must respond to this email by clicking the link within 72
hours for your registration to be successful.

Once you have registered, your phone number registration will be effective
for 5 years. It will be illegal for most telemarketers to call you, and you
will be able to file a complaint if a telemarketer does call you.  The
website provides information about filing a complaint.

Important:  After you click on the link, print the web page and keep it for
your records.

Please do not reply to this message as it is from an unattended mailbox. Any
replies to this email will not be responded to or forwarded. This service is
used for outgoing emails only and cannot respond to inquiries.