Re: SpamCop.net is promoting a C/R program on the new site layout
baloo at ursine.ca
Fri Jun 25 00:31:59 EDT 2004
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"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> writes:
> John E. Malmberg wrote:
>> If the C/R is enabled, it will mean that lots of customers at the
>> same ISP will get challenged for the spam.
> I am a vocal anti-C/R person who doesn't even think it should be used on
> wanted mail, much less abusively at bogus spam From addies. I try to
> intervene when EL is telling people who are unhappy with spam getting
> past Brightmail's filters to turn on spamblocker high which has that
> default C/R.
The whole C/R concept is pretty flawed, for sure.
> I was glad to see them make it optional, I wish they had made off the
> default, or just jettisoned C/R altogether. A person could manage their
> Suspect mail folder very well with no C/R and just summaries of the
> suspect daily or weekly.
Or automagically if they just used SpamAssassin at SMTP-time the way
Derrick Hudson came up with and I still use.
>> I do not know what protections that Adelphia has to prevent spammers
>> from using the "good mail" mailbox from whitelisting their spew.
> I have no idea what a 'good mail' Adelphia mailbox is. That doesn't
> make sense to me yet.
A hambox for mail that is not spam.
<baloo at ursine.ca>
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