[freeside] virus messages on the list
ivan at 420.am
Wed Aug 4 11:08:43 PDT 2004
On Wed, Aug 04, 2004 at 12:05:50PM -0400, Albert Whale wrote:
> ivan wrote:
> >On Sun, Jul 25, 2004 at 11:54:07PM -0400, Albert Whale wrote:
> >Again, I'm sorry, but I can in no way consider pointing my MX through a
> >shared system not under my control, with no documentation that clearly
> >states which blacklists, methodology, software and tuning is used to
> >reject mail. If you'd like to discuss this further please do so
> If you are interested in the process currently in place, I will discuss
> it with you, as long as there is a Non-Disclosure in effect.
I can in NO WAY consider pointing my MX through a shared system not
under my control, in which you will not PUBLICLY DISCLOSE AND KEEP
UP-TO-DATE the blacklists, methodology, software and tuning used to
reject mail, as well as provide _advance_ notice when those methods
change. Doing otherwise would be a completely unacceptable risk for my
> If you are interested, please let me know.
I am NOT interested. I will be filtering my own mail with the same
setup that runs at some of my customer sites: carefully selected
low-collateral-damage DNSBL lists, ClamAV, and spamassassin. Thanks.
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