Re: Any way to lock out a server from the spamcop blacklist?
Kilgallen at SpamCop.net
Sun May 9 11:38:42 EDT 2004
In article <c7lffk$ldt$1 at news.spamcop.net>, "Doug Thegarden" <DougThegarden at hotmail.com> writes:
> Larry Kilgallen wrote:
>> I gather you are willing to accept some level of spam.
>> Others are not.
> Practically yes I am. The boundaries between legitimate mailings to customers
> and spam is grey at the boundaries so there are bound to be areas which some
> think are spam and some don't. The attempts to come up with an agreed
> definition of Spam are testament to that. I am more concerned about focussing
> effort on stopping the massive flow of mailings from people I've never heard
> of using every trick in the book to circumvent any filtering put in place to
> block their messages.
If you have to filter, the spammer is _still_ stealing your resources.
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