Summary of ANTI-spam techniques now available

Ehud Gavron GAVRON at ACES.COM
Sat Aug 2 17:40:09 UTC 1997

	I'm sorry but the North American Excuses List is elsewhere.

	What does "we are working on it" mean to you?  To me it
	means "We don't want to do anything about it."

	What does "please give us some time to correct the problem"
	mean to you?  To me it means "We're stalling for as much time
	as we can get. Just make an exception for us, would you. Maybe
	our exception will just stay there forever. We're working on it,
	you know."

	Spam is the content-destroyer of the Internet.  Blocking,
	removing, no-compromising, no-accepting, and rejecting is
	the solution.

>> I just finished a writeup which covers anti-spam methods using:
>> - route filters

>Ack! You put '' in their Marty! :)

>Seriously, we are working on the Datablast problem. Datablast
>has basically been victimized by the spammers. While not directly
>a part of TIAC, we do support Datablasts servers et. al.

>In any event, before blocking Datablast.NET, please give us some
>time to correct the problem. For the record, TIAC does NOT
>support spamming. Nor does Datablast.NET

>Martin Hannigan (hannigan at       Voice: 617-932-2000
>TIAC - Network Operations   		  Semper Cabalis
>Network Engineer                

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