A Zero Spam Mail System [Feedback Request]

hank at interall.co.il hank at interall.co.il
Mon Feb 18 05:54:04 UTC 2019

On 18/02/2019 04:03, Viruthagiri Thirumavalavan wrote:

If that is the case you should have a startup worth at least $10M with  
numerous VC banging down your door.  If not, you need to ask yourself  
the question "why not?".


> Hello Everyone,
> My name is Viruthagiri Thirumavalavan. I'm the guy who proposed SMTP  
> over TLS on Port 26 last month. I'm also the guy who attacked (???)  
> John Levine.
> Today I have something to show you. Long story short.... I solved  
> the email spam problem. Well... Actually I solved it long time back.  
> I'm just ready to disclose it today. Again...
> @Everyone
> Here is what you all should know.
> It's my 5 years of research. So it's worth more than 50 words. I  
> started my work back in 2013 and I used to call my work "XMail" at  
> that time. It's now called "Dombox"
> My prototype codebase has around 200,000 lines of code. [To be  
> exact: 466,965 ++  254,169 --]
> Sequoia Capital is one of the well known venture firm in the world.  
> They have invested in over 250 companies since 1972, including  
> Apple, Google, Oracle, PayPal, Stripe, YouTube, Instagram, Yahoo!  
> and WhatsApp. Bill Coughran is a senior investor in Sequoia Capital.  
> According to his linkedin profile, he started as a Programmer in the  
> late 60s and held many engineering related positions over the years.  
> Worked in Bell Laboratories for 20 years. Worked as SVP of  
> Engineering in Google for 8.5 years. To quote his words "I have some  
> level of expertise about the current email systems, which is why I  
> was did some investigating". So this man is one of the toughest  
> person to impress. But he is one of the nicest investor I have met.  
> When I asked him whether he can take a look, he didn't insult me  
> with words like "You think you are the inventor of FUSSP?" He just  
> told me "Sure, I'd be happy to." He went through my entire paper and  
> then sent me this mail. He later turned me down because it's hard  
> for a startup to distribute a new solution. Maybe he is right. Or  
> maybe I'll overcome that too. [Today's discussion is about whether I  
> solved the spam problem. Not about how I'm gonna distribute the  
> solution]
> Yesterday I published my work on a medium blog post and linked my  
> white paper. An engineer read my white paper and sent me this mail.  
> These guys see value in my white paper because they completed my  
> ~300 pages white paper. ----------------------------------
> Materials:
> System Overview -  
> https://medium.com/@Viruthagiri/dombox-the-zero-spam-mail-system-2b08ff7432cd
> White Paper - https://www.dombox.org/dombox.pdf
> Flowcharts - https://www.dombox.org/flowcharts.pdf
> Prototype - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VK2eSfCurx4 [This is the  
> video I uploaded before posting to DMARC list. So the interface is  
> little outdated]
> -- 
> Best Regards,
> Viruthagiri Thirumavalavan
> Dombox, Inc.

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