Re: [Asrg] Adding a spam button to MUAs

Franck Martin <franck@avonsys.com> Wed, 09 December 2009 07:53 UTC

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From: Franck Martin <franck@avonsys.com>
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I see 2 viable possibilities

1)do like google spam button, that in some trusted cases propose to unsubscribe instead of classifying the email as spam
2)send back an email to the domain that take (DKIM) responsibility for sending.


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----- Original Message -----
From: "ALEX BOBOTEK (ATTCINW)" <AB3778@att.com>
To: asrg@irtf.org
Sent: Wednesday, 9 December, 2009 8:32:19 PM GMT +12:00 New Zealand
Subject: Re: [Asrg] Adding a spam button to MUAs

One approach to identifying a destination for spam reports is to inspect
the RECEIVED headers of the suspect message and fire the report back to
the last MTA (or perhaps a DNS txt 'spamReport' record assigned to that
MTA).  This assumes that it knows what to do with it, possibly leading
to a cascading effect.  IMHO, this is a good way of getting the info
back to systems/parties that we expect to block it.