Jay R. Ashworth jra at
Mon Mar 21 15:58:00 UTC 2005

On Mon, Mar 21, 2005 at 10:55:13AM -0500, Jason Slagle wrote:
> This is the risk you run - this product either had it on by default, or it 
> was in a list of options to turn on.  End users don't know what it is, and 
> only know it'll help eliminate spam, and they turn it on.  Then they 
> generate support load when their email breaks.
> Average user, or even sysadmin, doesn't know about dnsbl's.  To state that 
> you make a concerted effort to use them nowadays may be false. 
> Spamassassin comes out of the box poking SORBS and adding score if it's in 
> there.  I turned it off because of questionable listings, but how many 
> users of SA know how to do that?

This sounds like an excellent sales point for value added mail

-- jra
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