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Abrupt spam increase

Derek wrote:
> "Don Levey" <lug at> writes:
>> I use a series of blacklists, including blocking off entire countries
>> (Korea, China, Poland, etc).  Then again, I've not had any legitimate
> Which works great until the IETF or some other conference you attend
> holds a meeting there..  (I had a bunch of my mail 'rejected' when the
> IETF was in Seoul).  IMHO, whole-country blocks are a BAD IDEA....
Well, for me that's not an issue.  I don't go anywhere.
I'm not saying that this is the solution for everyone, just for me.
But I do get Chinese and Korean attempts to either send mail to my server, 
or use it as a relay, many times a day.  Each attempt is blocked.

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