On Tue, 2 May 2000 15:06:07 +0100
Lars Hecking <lhecking at nmrc.ucc.ie> wrote:
| Brendan Kehoe writes:
| > Mail to a random mailing list just bounced back at me because the mail host
| > attempting to deliver it, brockman.tinet.ie (22.214.171.124), is currently
| > listed in ORBS. Sigh. I've dropped a note to eircom requesting their
| > assistance in resolving it so lots of mail doesn't get blocked by
| > ORBS-intelligent sites.
| ORBS sites are not intelligent.
Indeed if a customer allows open relay, mail servers which allow them to send
the mail get tagged. Babies and bathwater, etc.
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