Best practices on logical separation of [email protected] vs [email protected] role inboxes

Rich Kulawiec rsk at
Sun Aug 5 22:46:36 UTC 2018

On Sun, Aug 05, 2018 at 07:43:36PM +0000, Daniel Corbe wrote:
> The main issue with the notion of keeping [email protected] separate from a dedicated
> DMCA takedown mailbox is companies like IP Echelon will just blindly E-mail
> whatever abuse POC is associated with either the AS record or whichever POCs
> are specifically associated with the NET block.
> So it becomes kind of difficult to keep them routing to different places.

This is a solvable problem.  If they're sending unsolicited bulk email
(aka "spam"), then they are, by definition, spammers.  Block them and
move on.  If/when they decide to send proper DMCA notices and send them
to the proper address, perhaps you can then allow them to petition for
the privilege of access to your mail system.


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