jbazyar at verobroadband.com
Wed Aug 24 14:26:20 UTC 2022
Simple solution: create a system that can flawlessly map IP address to GPS coordinates, then just nuke the spammers from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.
Then the rest of us don't have to filter out emails.
On 8/23/22, 11:19 PM, "NANOG on behalf of bzs at theworld.com" <nanog-bounces+jbazyar=verobroadband.com at nanog.org on behalf of bzs at theworld.com> wrote:
They should demand a full refund.
On August 23, 2022 at 18:33 bill at herrin.us (William Herrin) wrote:
> To folks at places like Google and Godaddy which have gotten, shall we
> say, overzealous about preventing spam from entering their systems,
> consider the risk:
> "Chesterfield County police said emails notifying Fairfax County
> Public Schools that an employee was arrested and charged with
> soliciting prostitution from a minor were not delivered to the school
> Long story short, the pedo kept his school job another year and a half.
> There was once a time when both the outbound emails and the bounce
> messages when they failed... worked. It was a spammy place but the
> important emails got through.
> Bill Herrin
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