[Mimedefang] New spammer trick?
freebsd at pksnet.com
Wed Nov 26 16:31:17 EST 2003
>Just curious here, are you on RR dynamic or static, commercial or
>residential? I've had commercial static with RR in the tampabay region
>for four years now, and I've not had a problem with it. One of my
>customers had the problem with AOL before they moved all the commercial
>statics from the 65.x.x.x to the 24.x.x.x address space. After the
>move, no more problems.
I'm on an RR residential dynamic addy. I used to be in the 24 range but am now in the 65 range. It makes no difference. A buddy of mine is on RR residential dynamic as well and is in the 24 range. I admin his box and encounter the same problems there. It looks like AOL has blacklisted the entire RR residential DUL space.
The same goes for RR. I can't have my mailserver send mail to an rr.com addy, I have to have it sent to the rr.com server...
I wish RR would just let customers who have properly configured and secured mailservers alone. 99% of the tiem when I have to call their service desk, I can tell them exactly what the problem is and then have to fight a first line person who has no clue what I am talking about. Sometimes I can have them connect me to one of the systems people and get whatever ails fixed in like 5 mins. :-)
It doesn't look liek they use MIMEdefang or similar though. My RR addy gets spammed up the wazoo. One of the reasons I run my own server...
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