From: Lars Hecking (lhecking at domain nmrc.ucc.ie)
Date: Thu 12 Aug 1999 - 11:50:04 IST
Dave Wilson writes:
> Don't believe anything you see in a spam regarding removal, or regarding
> legality. These statements are just as suspicious as the advertisements
> themselves. Spam is a breach of the AUP of any good ISP; report it
> (properly - feel free to contact me for info on header forgery). If the
> ISP doesn't take responsibility, they will find themselves on the MAPS RBL.
> MAPS is the only blackhole organisation I would recommend.
I'm using this one and dssl (dssl.imrss.org, not mr-out.imrss.org, which is
too restrictive) with good results. dssl sometimes delivers false positives,
but this is more due to the fact that some ISPs don't set up their dyn
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