[SpamCop-List] Re: Great. Now it's my turn to get blocked.
Merlyn at Spamcop.net
Fri Jan 23 20:46:27 EST 2004
"Bob W." <responseguard at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:responseguard-D74FE5.15155623012004 at news.spamcop.net...
> Earlier today, a confirmation message sent by a mailing list I manage
> bounced... because the list's mail server is listed in the SCBL.
> Stinkin' formmail spammers.
> Many of you know me as a long, long, long-time user of SpamCop, but I
> have to say that I disagree with some of the administration's policies.
> To not send a notice to an ISP/host just because a spamtrap address is
> involved is, IMNSHO, completely brain-dead.
> For a system like the SCBL to offer absolutely no chance to terminate
> the culprit or fix the open relay/exploit before the listing occurs
> makes no sense whatsoever.
> And to not offer any way to remove the listing without having to wait
> for 48 hours is also equally brain-dead.
> C'mon, guys-- you may be pretty smart at the technical stuff, but don't
> you think it's time to actually engage your brain when coming up with
> BTW-- This is earnest criticism, not a cartooney threat from some
> outsider. This is the long-considered opinion of a SpamCop user who has
> been here, fighting spam and posting to these forums for years.
> So, flames will be ignored, and flamers will be *plonked*.
All I can say is look at all the responses you have made to posters and
posts you have made about servers sending spam.
You are lucky it is a Spamcop listing and not some of the other lists :-)
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