On May 10, 2004, at 14:17, Dean Anderson wrote:
It seems that WG co-chair has begun to use an email address that is
defaming Av8 Internet, Inc by returning business email to users of Av8
Internet claiming that Av8 Internet has hijacked some address space.
That may or may not be, but since you didn't show any bounce from
uoregon, your claim of "abuse of DNSOP lists" in the subject line
appears to be unsupported.
And I'd read the error message to suggest that perhaps Av8's net block
had *been* hijacked (in someone's experience, not necessarily
world-wide, which would be an interesting problem for globally
distributed block lists), not that Av8 necessarily had done it.
Av8 Internet hereby demands that the IETF immediately end this behavior
and halt the defamation of Av8 Internet, Inc by IETF representatives.
IETF representatives must use email addresses that are not configured
defamation of Av8 Internet, Inc.
Yes, I'm sure that SRA was the one who submitted Av8's netblock to
SORBS, and set up ISC to use SORBS, as part of a secret plot to ruin
your reputation. </sarcasm>
How about suggesting a more positive solution, instead of throwing
around language like "defamation"? Maybe, "IETF WG chairs should
have/use addresses that don't reject mail based on unreliable block
lists (for some definition of 'unreliable'), and the IETF should
provide a forwarding service for those chairs who cannot otherwise get
such an address."
I would also suggest you try to resolve the issue with SORBS, except
that when I tried the URL suggested, I got "ERROR: Couldn't prepare
statement: $dbh is (undef)". So I guess you could question the
reliability of this particular service....
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