Re: HEADS UP, with a special nod to the list-admin
|From:||Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>|
|Date:||Monday, August 7, 2006, 11:43|
On 8/7/06, kaleissin <kaleissin@...> wrote:
> My preferred mail-address have once again been kicked off this list by
> the listserv-software thanks to my ISP using spamcop to filter spam.[snip]
> t., who is rather annoyed at the moment...
How about writing to your ISP and expressing your annoyance? Even
SpamCop says (http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml) that "It is not
possible for any blocking tool to avoid blocking wanted mail entirely.
Given the power of the SCBL, SpamCop encourages use of the SCBL in
concert with an actively maintained whitelist of wanted email senders.
SpamCop encourages SCBL users to tag and divert email, rather than
block it outright." and that "The SCBL is aggressive and often errs on
the side of blocking mail. When implementing the SCBL, provide users
with the information about how the SCBL and your mail system filter
their email. Ideally, they should have a choice of filtering options.
Many mailservers operate with blacklists in a "tag only" mode, which
is preferable in many situations." -- so if they're using the SCBL to
bounce email, they're not following best practices.
Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>