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droobie
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join:2007-10-09
Bangor, ME
reply to iansltx

Re: SMTP Blocks

It's a 'lawful application or service' and not all ISPs block Port 25, only some. For instance, my cable ISP (Time Warner) does not in this market.

I do question whether blocks on inbound ports at the ISP level would also be considered permitted for the same reason. Running a web server on your residential connection isn't unlawful, but plenty of ISPs block it.

I won't be the only one to ask these questions I figure.


iansltx

join:2007-02-19
Austin, TX
kudos:2

"Reasonable netwrk management" is vague enough that nobody will have to do anything different from what they are doing now.


fiberguy
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join:2005-05-20
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said by iansltx:

"Reasonable netwrk management" is vague enough that nobody will have to do anything different from what they are doing now.

BINGO! So the question is.. what's with all the circus acts going on at the FCC these days? Going off of what Karl posted, alone, its safe to say "nothing to see here"..