cboyd at gizmopartners
Oct 16, 2003, 10:40 AM
Post #2 of 2
On Thursday, October 16, 2003, at 06:39 AM, Vincent De Keyzer wrote:
> I see some spam e-mails delivered?to my customers via my MX which is a
> backup for them... it seems that for some reason, they trust me more
> than the average Internet SMTP client.
> So I am wondering what should be good practice against spam. Should I:
> 1) leave it like that and let the customer decide on his anti-spam
> 2) apply some anti-spam on my MX; at the risk of rejecting valid
> PS: hoping there is still somebody listening to this list...
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> inet-ops [at] puck
It's a common spammer tactic for this very reason. I can't give you a
good answer though, other than just use one MX and make sure it doesn't