At 06:41 PM 1/9/2004, Vernon Schryver wrote...
Could you point to significant amounts of real mail, as opposed to
theoretical examples, that might reasonably have consider legitimate
by its targets but that was rejected as the result of a MAPS RBL
listing? Note that the validity of mail is determined not its senders
but by its targets.
Yes. For a lengthy period, all mail.com SMTP servers were included in the RBL,
blocking significant numbers of legitimate, private, non-spam emails from
reaching willing recipients.