Re: [Asrg] Adding a spam button to MUAs

Skull <skull@bofhland.org> Thu, 10 December 2009 11:17 UTC

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On 12/10/09 11:28 AM, Ian Eiloart wrote:

> Forwarders who aren't taking care about what they forward *should* have
> a damaged reputation.

There's also people, out there, asking loudly for filter-free accounts
and redirecting it on another (filtered) account, just to hit the spam
button for every junk they receive from the forwarding.

Or, similar story: company here in Italy with remote office in US. info@
role account is an alias sending to both Italian people and to an AOL
account used by the remote office.
Italian users give opt-in in order to their suppliers in order to
communications from their Italian suppliers. The US guy hits the spam
button for each one he receives. I (the forwarding ISP) receive AOL's
FBL for each... :-\


Who's reputation is expected to be damaged? ;-)

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