jcrm Posted March 27, 2004 Share Posted March 27, 2004 But the as-yet unspoken corellary with all of this is that ISP's main mxes, if used for spamming, will be more likely to wind up on the BL. I think that's probably a good thing, both for the BL users and for 3rd parties who want to get less spam (more preassure on ISPs to lock down). -=Julian=- I don't mind ISPs main outbound MXs being listed, but the new system appears to prevent the IP addresses that send to those MXs being listed. Our outbound relays only accept from our customers and we check them against spamcop before accepting their mail. This helps protect the internet at large, and /helps/ keep the outbound servers from being blocked, and therby affecting innocent senders I suppose the question is how does a relay get its received lines trusted by spamcop? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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