On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 09:19:11AM -0500, Brian Ventura wrote:
If you really get blacklisted, there is probably a reason.
This leads me to a (slightly off topic) point:
The case of osirusoft shows that using external blacklists for rejecting
mails can lead to a situation where you don't receive /any/ mail.
By having a safe (non-relaying) mailsystem and by using intelligent anti
spam software like SpamAssassin, there is IMHO no need for the use of
external maintained blacklists. (SpamAssassin does, but the way it does