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SubjectRe: Bounce from
On Sunday 30 December 2001 03:33 am, Gérard Roudier wrote:
> Hello Andre,
> I already said you that my replies get not accepted by your email
> agents.
> If you want to post to an open list then you want to accept messages
> from people subscribed to that list. Doing different is just
> impoliteness.

Andre isn't the only one that does this. It seems many people enjoy
blocking people with access to only one smtp server. Esspecialy when
that server is on a very small, isolated ISP, or an ISP that people
just ASSUME is up to bad things.

David Weinehall sent me a private email recently, to which I responded,
but didn't go through because, oh wonder of wonders, the pocketinet
smtp server is listed on A spam list, and an apparent alias,, is on two.

Now, aren't all these spam lists supposed to try and CONTACT the
providers to get the issue resolved before blacklisting them? I know
for a fact that if someone had actually contacted pocketinet about the
problem customer that sent spam, they would have taken care of it
promptly. It's a very small ISP in a remote area of Washington State,
and it's run by friendly and competent people.
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