Re: Ignoring NNFMP line to properly assign blame at border
MikeE at ster.invalid
Sat Mar 11 08:50:13 EST 2006
> What does "Ignoring NNFMP line to properly assign blame at
> border" mean? First I've noticed it.
>From looking at the SC verbose and the lines in question, it appears
that yahoo servers have their own style of stamping lines which includes
the term 'with NNFMP' and which chaining just leads back to various
other yahoo servers.
So, SC sez, "I'm not paying any attention to all of that yahoo server
NNFMP junk after/below the top line, but instead I'm going to blame the
yahoo server which handed it over to the recipient."
Typically the 'with' field refers to the software in question which is
being used by the server. I have no idea what yahoo might've decided to
call or use as NNFMP ware.
Yahoo is claiming they have a right to correspond with you with that
item because you are a user of yahoo photos. If you don't want to get
that yahoo photo promotional, you would be better served to configure
against it at yahoo than to SC report it. The 'style' of handling
mainsleaze depends on each individual -- and some mainsleaze results
from the entity such as yahoo believing, rightly or wrongly, that they
have a right to be emailing you.
kibitzer, not SC admin
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