Miss Betsy Posted January 30, 2006 Share Posted January 30, 2006 Sorry I am showing my ignorance here but do you mean like a Postmaster[at] address?? where people can send complaints about issues they have encountered with emails from the domain, for example. 39826[/snapback] Usually people send complaints to the 'abuse' address rather than the postmaster address. Often the larger administrators have the abuse address in the whois information. There is a web site where domains can register 'abuse' addresses - abuse.net - and savvy administrators register their addresses there. Postmaster is the absolutely last resort (for the parser as well as the individual reporter). I am not sure exactly why this practice has developed (instead of using Postmaster), but the chances are it is because the spammers abused the address. Miss Betsy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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