[Dshield] DShield's Public Goals
dshield at yaps4u.net
Fri Jan 6 18:30:00 GMT 2006
Well apart from being an obvious troll!!
I can't actually send email to AOL since I use SPAMCOP to report junk mail.
A few months back I started receiving messages from AOL Email department
when I sent mails using the same domain as I use to report to SPAMCOP
stating that they are not able to forward mail from people or organisations
who report SPAM !!!
So not only are they filtering out a good level of SPAM, they also filter
out those who report SPAM.
When I used a different email account to send a message to their email team
with a copy of the failure message then sent to my other account, they
promptly added the new domain to their ban list as well !
I've never done anything other than report genuine SPAM via SPAMCOP and
quite frankly, this new stance of theirs sucks.
From: list-bounces at lists.dshield.org [mailto:list-bounces at lists.dshield.org]
On Behalf Of John B. Holmblad
Sent: 06 January 2006 17:49
To: General DShield Discussion List
Subject: Re: [Dshield] DShield's Public Goals
I use aol for primary email service (for which I pay) and am actually quite
satisfied with their spam filtering and support for IMAP which allows them
to flag but at the same time let me see email that they have flagged as
susipcious, as opposed to the stuff which is clearly trash and gets deleted
before I ever see it. Having said that can you explain your comment a little
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