[SpamCop-List] Re: Listed on SpamCops Black list
Wallace, David K.
dwallace72 at comcast.net
Fri Jul 22 15:10:07 EDT 2005
Thank you very much for this email. I believe I am understanding what you
are staying regarding NDR's. Bascially, you are saying we should do our
"invalid addresses" check on our receiver service, not at our security check
stage which is done after we receive the email.
"Graeme Leith" <glnews030922 at highspot.net> wrote in message
news:dbrc0v$n0i$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Wallace, David K. wrote:
>> My MX record is: 184.108.40.206 -> mail1.icgcommerce.com
>> In regards to your other comment: We do send back NDR's to all invalid
>> email addresses.
> It must be the spamtraps that are getting you listed as no evidence is
> available other than the fact that you've hit the traps.
> As long as you send NDRs after the SMTP transaction is complete, you
> will run the risk of being listed in various blocklists. You should
> configure your system to issue a no such user failure during the
> transaction. There is almost certainly no reason why your system cannot
> be configured to do this.
> Alternatively, but not as good a solution, accept the mail and dump the
> undeliverable stuff in some local account rather that returning it to
> the envelope sender. Bouncing to the sender after the transaction is
> complete is nothing but abuse these days. All it does is send failure
> messages to people who didn't send the mail in the 1st place.
> Evidence shows Cyveillance abuse internet resources.
> I recommend unchecking their box in SpamCop reports.
> Cyveillance are part of the problem.
> They are not part of the solution.
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