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If you are aware of a problem in multiples of thousands and do absolutely zip- zero about it and allow fraud and theft to take place- well I think a class action lawsuit might be in order again these entities. It does not take a genius to figure out that these examples (of hundreds) are not the email address of anyone on this planet: (ad0657j4nz0arvy41z6o54)@(4f2bc64.adviceselectivebat.com) ( ad065zydzt0bu04glhjhck)@(8afe03a.adviceselectivebat.com). I have received hundreds of theses- all originating form a gmail related account and actually coming from the Chinese qq.com. All sexual nonsense about dating sites. Spamcops has reported this - well I have no idea how many times to firstname.lastname@example.org and qq (doubt they even care) and gmail does nothing. Yahoo will not adjust their filters, which they could for this and while I know better there are thousands or millions that do not that are being laid open to be taken advantage of. Why do we not bind together and get one of many attorneys to file some law suits that put an end to some of this instead of just letting it go unabated.
Hello everyone, I'm quite happy with my SMTP (postfix) spam protection, it uses several RBL's and also a list of milters for content scanning, including grey listing. But, I do get some spam, all of them seem to have one common characteristic, they come from yahoo. Maybe yahoo with its current financial problems has started accepting "donations" to forward spam? My question is what to do with yahoo. Their servers pass all the typical tests (SPF, etc) so their emails seem quite legitimate. Since I don't want to block yahoo entirely, is there some other trick that you guys have come up with? Thank you.