On Mon, 15 Nov 1999, Nick Simicich wrote:
> Also, AOL is basically in complete violation of RFCs by not bouncing the
> mail to the RFC821 MAIL FROM address. They can get away with it, because
> they are big.
Ironically, in the past AOL was screamed at for doing just what you
suggest. When they got a mass spam from a forged address, all the bounces
end up mailbombing some poor sap who happens to own the domain in
question. Because AOL is very big and is considered a target rich
environment by spammers, this means that AOL ends up bouncing a lot of
mail in a very short time.
---- James Lick ---- email@example.com ---- http://drivel.com/ ----
From: "Nathan J. Mehl" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Nick Simicich <email@example.com>