Mailing List Message #6017
From: Mike Yrabedra <>
Subject: Re: adding dialup IPs to Blacklists
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 14:38:17 -0400
To: (SIMS Discussions) <>
on 5/19/00 2:35 PM, Tod Fitch at wrote:

> With very rare exception, your customers should be sending mail to their
> ISP's mail server rather than directly to you. Because of this you should
> not have any problem.
> Rare exception: A while ago, we had an inexpensive ISP that put a 1meg
> limit on attachments. My graphic designer wife was unable to send comps and
> finished work to her clients via email because of this limit. I set her up
> to send directly to the destination mail servers as a work around. No SPAM,
> no violation of use agreements, simply a work around for a restriction that
> should never have been there in the first place. (By the way, most of the
> SPAM I receive is via an account on that same ISP. They have only recently
> blocked relay of mail and have still to start using a RBL service.)

Kewl. So how do I go about using the RBL thing?

Mike Yrabedra
The BigKahuna
MacSurfShop / MacServeShop
phone: 912.489.2628
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