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SubjectRe: [OT] Re: .br blacklisted ?
On Mon, Jan 08, 2001 at 12:03:19AM +0100, Pedro M. Rodrigues wrote:

> Lucky b*st*rd! ;-) My spam is mostly from USA. Just deleted 78
> of those, and only 7 seemed to be from abroad. I wish i could block
> .com ... ;-)

99% of mine is from China (either *.cn or or some other
numbering .com or .net. The .org is frowned upon in China - the TLD of
protestors and disidents). Half of what's left comes from either .kr
or .br. I'm fully in favor of an Internet Death Penalty against those
TLD's and associated domains till they clean up their acts.

> Pedro

> On 7 Jan 2001, at 17:53, John O'Donnell wrote:

> > Only on my company's e-mail server. My company typically gets "zero"
> > emails from outside the US. If I get a piece of spam (sorry they are
> > typically from outside the US), I just block the entire
> > domain. I get far less SPAM now! I cannot express how much I loathe
> > SPAM! I have taken this one in particular out just for you.... :-) I
> > am the only one at my company really active on the internet..
> > apologies Johnny O

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