reply to VerizonCynic
Re: domain keys?? Well, all I know is, Yahoo can't even answer a simple question.
I look at it like telemarketers.
I pay for my phone service, when telemarketers pay for my
phone service, then they can call me all they want.
When they pay for my time, then I'll answer.
Yahoo supposedly uses domain keys, and the spam bucket
still gets 80-100 messages a day.
This tells me that domain keys are useless in fighting
the spam problem.
The only way I can see fighting spam effectively is
by letting each user ban by domain, ip address range, or
individual ip address.
Granted it will be hell for those with dynamic ip addresses
but unless spammers are made to pay, the spam problem will
Spammers send out millions of messages, how many does the
average user send out in a single 24 hour period?
It IS a difficult problem to solve, but that's only because
no one is working on the problem together, everyone wants
to do their own thing.
Is there a free email service that will allow filters by
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