New Class C's just lit on on AT&T, Email Marketing
rubensk at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 10:52:53 CST 2009
>> Just started an email marketing campaign to addresses stripped from the
>> We wouldn't run out of IP's if this didn't keep happening..
> I don't see how this relates to IPv4-runout. The allocation (to AT&T) isn't
> all that new...and when they cancel this spammer, the space will undoubtedly
> be assigned to another customer.
And the new customer will suffer from blocklists until he asks AT&T
for a new space, which will most likely be granted, consuming the
previous spammer allocation for ever.
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