[Mailman-Users] AOL's "Client TOS Notification"
Christopher X. Candreva
chris at westnet.com
Sun Jul 15 00:33:54 CEST 2007
On Sat, 14 Jul 2007, Larry Stone wrote:
> That's unfortunate. At this point, what's the point of getting them if they
> won't give you any useful information as to who doesn't want the list mail
> they requested.
It's not really supposed to be usefull on a per-mail basis, rather as a way
of spotting trends -- a new bad-apple customer, a comrpromised script,
virus-infected user, etc.
I have one client with a list that has one person on it who, without fail,
reports every message as spam, yet claims he isn't and that he wants the
messages. I've given up -- The server is on AOL's whitelist, they've never
blocked it, and I have it on authority from the former heard of AOL's
anti-spam group that they won't.
Chris Candreva -- chris at westnet.com -- (914) 948-3162
WestNet Internet Services of Westchester
More information about the Mailman-Users