leblanc+freebsd at keyslapper.org
Wed Apr 16 04:54:19 PDT 2003
On 04/15/03 04:50 PM, Louis LeBlanc sat at the `puter and typed:
> This is really an underhanded way to 'prevent' spam. Basically,
> Spamarrest requires you validate yourself to them before they'll allow
> your mail through to their customers. Of course, if you read their
> fine print, you're basically giving them permission to send you
> information about their service. Essentially, they wind up spamming
> you directly until you buy their service. They make no promises as to
> the privacy of your contact info, and they provide no easy way to be
> taken off their list.
> I never see this because I put the following in my /etc/mail/access
> spamarrest.com 550 Go Away Spamarrest!
Looks like this works. found this in my daily run output:
Checking for rejected mail hosts:
. . .
Probably better to nip it in the bud rather than accept it, filter it,
and move it around or delete it.
Louis LeBlanc leblanc at keyslapper.org
Fully Funded Hobbyist, KeySlapper Extrordinaire :)
And do you think (fop that I am) that I could be the Scarlet Pumpernickel?
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