kirk Bailey idiot1@netzero.net
Fri, 01 Feb 2002 13:36:11 -0500

ok. Ignoring everyone's darling (government force), what would you
propose as a reply/solution to this social problem?

Remco Gerlich wrote:
> On  0, kirk Bailey <idiot1@netzero.net> wrote:
> > Every last one is randomly generated, intended to poison spambots
> > harvesting email addresses.
> To a spammer, a spurious email address has almost zero extra cost. To the
> mail servers of his provider, and the mail servers of any actually existing
> domain, the cost is higher. There will be lots of bounces to already
> overworked postmasters, and many addresses may actually exist.
> Remember that spammers routinely spam *all* six-letter possibilities on
> Hotmail.
> I don't think your script is a good thing.
> --
> Remco Gerlich
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