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Re: THREAD KILLED (Posfix: deliver to spam bla blah drivel)

From: Noel Butler <noel.butler_at_nospam>
Date: Fri Oct 29 2010 - 23:26:15 GMT
To: postfix-users@postfix.org

" i know all you know nothing" then kill the thread so people can't
show you might be wrong or defend themselves, oh my. how nice, now I
recall why i probably left this list last time! I hope you get that new
job in the censorship office, you've got the right credentials.

and for the record, I dont give a rats ass of your opinion, if some turd
is trying to pollute my networks, I dont want them here, period!

In use of ANY anti spam method there will ALWAYS be collateral damage,
regardless of what method is used. Thats why god invented whitelists.

Now I shall be silent

On Fri, 2010-10-29 at 08:42 -0400, Wietse Venema wrote:

> Wietse:
> > [About blocking all mail from an ISP because some customer sent spam]
> > Such an approach makes sense only if receiving one spam message is
> > a bigger problem than losing a larger amount of legitimate email.
>
> Noel Butler:
> > But how do you know its only " one " I'm sure if this IP in question was
>
> Your response shows that you have no clue about the ham:spam ratio
> (I do have a clue: I've been customer for 14 years and can't remember
> when I last received spam that originates from their network).
>
> This is a technical mailing list about Postfix. There is no room
> here for contributions without quantitative technical content.
>
> >From now on there is a taboo on SORBS, just like SPF. Trespassers
> will be shot.
>
> Wietse