There's an even bigger problem - you have to make the difficult choice
1) Flag the DMZ mail server of every site that uses RFC1918 space, since the
hop" is in their 1918 space. This won't win you friends....
No need to flag it as being dishonest when it is not dishonest.
2) Allow a "pass" for 1918 space, and just accept that spammers will use a
RFC1918 network (of possibly 1 node looped back to itself) to "look like" (1).
But as I said in previous post I know of at least one proprietary way to detect
I do not think that _all_ anti-spam is useless.
I asserted here _how_ all existing (that are in public domain and I am aware
of) can be rendered useless (eventually):
I think that content analysis holds much promise.
Agreed but not by ... [phrase withheld due to IP charter of this list] ... due
to information theory. I can not say more until the patent is pending.
Only a few years ago, we
thought that speaker-independent voice recognition was science fiction.
I personally did not think so since I got into studying filtering theory in
1986. Much of my early work was due to an interest I had in robotics and A.I..
Along similar lines, I think it will be possible for intelligent agents to
decide whether email is likely to be interesting to us.
Yes it already exists and will hopefully be demonstrated publicly soon. I
guess (according to Vernon) that means I am a "Kook" until demonstrated :)