[SpamCop-List] Re: RFC Required Addresses and Spam Blocking
nobody at spamcop.net
Tue Mar 9 17:23:05 EST 2004
Kenneth Loafman wrote:
> What's the current wisdom w.r.t. the RFC required addresses and the
> use of DNSBL's to block the spam to them. These addresses get
> hammered fairly well with blockable spam. Do we really need to
> accept email from spammer sites? Which trumps, RFC requirements, or
> spam blocking?
Personally, I'd prefer that there wasn't any blocking done on RFC-required
addresses at all.
However, I can understand why you'd want to, and even rfc-ignorant.org won't
list a host that blocks based on a DNSBL as long as the reason is given
I'd say go for it, but make the reason clear, including the IP blocked and
the list used to do the blocking.
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