[lug] off topic, spam laws

Shannon Johnston nunar at nunar.com
Mon Feb 11 10:00:54 MST 2002

This is fantastic! I only wish they had put their own contact email on
the page so I could have them add me to the list, and thank them for
putting together a list of good ISP's.


On Mon, 2002-02-11 at 08:55, Riggs, Rob wrote:
> I agree. My experience has shown that approx. 40% of all mailboxes are
> protected by the RBL. It can't be that hard to convince your ISP to use the
> RBL or find a new one that already is.
> I found the funniest resource yet on the net: some spamming ISP has posted a
> "hall of shame" -- ISPs filtering email. If you want a great resource for
> spam-free ISPs, this is just too good to be true:
> http://www.ifn.net/rbllist.htm.
> Sean mentioned that it's only really possible to bounce message as they come
> in from the spammer. That's true -- and highly desirable. Bounced mail can
> chew up more of the sender's resources. That's the best reason to have the
> filtering done at the ISP.
> -Rob
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sean Reifschneider [mailto:jafo at tummy.com]
> Another alternative may be to ask your ISP to set it up for you...
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