> Ugh. What rubbish.
> The moment I detect my provider changing anything beyond a TTL is the
> moment I find a new provider.
The 'problem' is a bunch of stupid American politics (excuse anyone
American), than passed a law that all spam containing a remove adress is
So that means I get all kinds of spam containing 'This is legal because
blahblah Bill blablah'
Well, I don't live in the US, and that bill is not legal here.
I basically block the entire IP after receiving SPAM. It the domein is
proven to be 'spam-only', then I just block the entire domain as well.
AOL is next on my TODO list.
> I'm all for reduced spam, but I think you've absolutely gone over the top
> on this one. I can't imagine how much spam you must receive to be willing
> to hand over not only your freedom but MINE as well to corporate
I get 10 a day or so.
> As far as broadband service goes, just give the damn users fixed IPs and
> let the opt-in blacklists handle them.
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