[unisog] AOL rejects forwarding?
cjf at calfrye.com
Tue Nov 2 22:16:21 GMT 2004
I've had AOL's so-called feedback loop in place for about a year, now. It's
amazing what kind of messages our users are reporting as spam -- letters from
Mom seem to be about as likely as those from other acquaintances that cc
everyone in their address book for the Christmas letter. Very little of what
I've seen has been really "spammy" spam.
--Cal Frye, Network Administrator, Oberlin College
"non sunt multiplicanda entia praeter necessitatem" --William of Ockham
Brenden Conte wrote:
> It looks to me as if you're domain/IP has been reported too many times
> as the source of spam (incorrectly, since you're forwarding).
> This is a larger problem that I havn't heard a good solution to -
> forwarding all mail for a user, then having that user report spam
> messages as such to RBLs or ISPs, and since you're last on the header
> list, you're marked as the spammer.
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