I think that the problem has grown too much. Perhaps SpamCop just too
easily treats some ISPs as "possible danger". Being so paranoid is not
PS. I am going to like Gmail, so maybe the problem has got the light
side too ;-)
On 2/28/06, Paul Jakma <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Feb 2006, Tomek wrote:
>> > Yeah, I have sent the info to the support. I have no idea why the
> > portal is blacklisted sometimes. Maybe spamcop rules should be
> > fixed.
>> Or maybe people who use SpamCop's "blacklist" to *reject* email need
> to get a clue? Spamcop *themselves* say you shouldn't do that.
>> Spamcop's "blacklist" is not a blacklist, it's a "possible-list",
> it's meant to be used as input to spam-classification mechanisms
> (e.g. a bayes filter) or to tag mail so the human can decide. Spamcop
> *will* list perfectly legitimate hosts, all the time. Just
> *submitting* spam to SpamCop may potentially get your own ISP
> blacklisted (particularly if your ISP use MTA clustering techniques,
> e.g. mailbag at Netsource).
>> Anyone who uses Spamcop to directly reject email is demonstrably
> clueless of what Spamcop is about.
> Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
> Many people are secretly interested in life.
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