[SpamCop-List] Re: Can I block this IP?
baloo at ursine.ca
Sun Jul 11 15:12:44 EDT 2004
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Steven Maesslein <nobody at nowhere.invalid> writes:
> On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 19:02:05 -0700, Paul Johnson coughed into spamcop
> and left this in <87fz7z2teq.fsf at ursine.ca>:
>> Sure it is. You cause collateral damage to small sites that can't
>> afford static hosting. They do exist.
> And they should route their outbound mail through a static IP. There's
> no such thing as an ISP (worth its salt) that gives out dynamic IP
> addresses and no SMTP service.
I'm really not a fan of how horrible ISPs are at running SMTP servers.
If any ISP had a clue and didn't charge more than I make, then I might
have a different opinion. I get listed less often than my ISP's SMTP
>> No, it's retarded because there is no reason to cause collateral damage,
>> and yet you're doing so.
> What collateral damage? He said in <news:ccms2k$s9e$1 at news.spamcop.net>
> that he hadn't had a single false positive.
I watch the reject logs. My reject messages do tell people how to get
around it. I don't get complaints about lost mail. I'm watching for
false positives, they're just not happening.
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