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Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
> seems panix had trouble
Understandable, because they're a shared host. The only way SMTP
spamicity reputation can be tracked is by the recorded behaviour of
sending IPs, from which it follows that all users of a shared host are
going to suffer SMTP reputation loss (for at least a while) from the
behaviour of any seriously misbehaving user.
As to DNS BLs: They tend to come and go, work reasonably for a while
and at some point become cranky and/or dysfunctional, and nobody with a
modicum of common sense trusts any of them unconditionally or any single
one of them to be authoritative.
And, by the way, I asked:
> > Beyond that, what's the question?
You asked for 'Opinions?' Opinions about what specifically?
And, I would also say, why are you seeking opinions? Opinions are
rather debased coin at this point. Any damnfool has one, and almost all
of them do. Wouldn't a bit of understanding be quite a bit more useful?
And thus: Is there something you wish to understand better? If so,
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