|FROM ||Adam Kosmin
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] IDG
" On Wed, 2004-10-06 at 12:32, Adam Kosmin wrote:
" > This is a battle that's just waiting to be fought. We need to take the
" > Internet back and put a stop to these middle men (RBL list maintainers).
" Many of us public MTA operators think you're looking to fight the wrong
" war. The RBLs are the only thing holding the Internet mail service
" together right now.
The internet was intended to be end to end. Period. This is nothing more
than discrimination. You should understand this.
#If you want to make the dynamic IP blacklists go
" away, you need to do something about the infested Windows PCs on those
I don't have to do anything about any Windoze PCs. I run several
GNU/Linux systems on my dynamically assigned IP and only need to worry
about maintaining and securing THOSE systems.
#No one used a dynamic IP list until all those home PCs got turned
" into spam zombies. Most of us would gladly stop using them if there
" wasn't a crushing volume of sleaze coming out of those addresses. No
" filtering solution can keep up without a major investment in hardware.
" I would have to double what I charge people if I stopped using RBLs.
You are defending a form of discrimination. Listen to yourself.
" - Ron
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