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Re: Anti-recommendation: Comcast.

 On Wed, 23 Jan 2008, Jerry Feldman wrote: 

> On Wed, 23 Jan 2008 16:30:42 -0500 
> "Matt Shields" <[hidden email]> wrote: 
>> I understand Comcast's decision, because they want to stop the flood 
>> of spam coming from home networks.  But for someone like myself which 
>> has valid servers on the internet and a valid reason for allowing 
>> outbound connecting to port 25, and I control what comes in and out of 
>> them, then I am responsible for stopping spam or my upstream provider 
>> will shut me off.  If Comcast is going to require my customer's use 
>> Comcast's outbound smtp servers, then that doesn't help me control 
>> what type of customers are on my servers.  In fact it means I can't 
>> use Domain Keys or SPF for my customers. 
> I certainly don't like them blocking port 25, but they are not 
> concerned with those of us who have the skills and desire to set up an 
> MTA that does not relay. The problem is the vast majority of people who 
> don't have a clue. 
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> Jerry Feldman <[hidden email]> 
> Boston Linux and Unix 
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