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Re: Site policy vs. HELO

2005-03-09 13:14:48

On Wed March 9 2005 14:25, Hector Santos wrote:

Bull. What my ISP might or might not have done is outside
of my control or knowledge base.

Sorry, it was all you.  See the logs below:

11:35:34 C: EHLO smtp02.mrf.mail.rcn.net

11:35:34 C: EHLO smtp02.mrf.mail.rcn.net

ip=207.172.4.61&cdn=smtp02.mrf.mail.rcn.net&from=blilly(_at_)erols(_dot_)com&xid=public
&debug=10&b1=submit
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b version    : 2.01 / 1.10
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b xid        : public
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b calltype   : HTTP
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b callpath   :
http://www.winserver.com/public/antispam/testwcsap.wct
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b sesstype   : system
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b callerip   : 65.10.108.109
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b cip        : 207.172.4.61
20041021 17:35:51 0002560b cdn        : smtp02.mrf.mail.rcn.net

20041021 17:36:15 0002560b sapcbv     : mx: 207.172.4.98     mx.mail.rcn.net
20041021 17:36:15 0002560b try mx     : mx.mail.rcn.net ip: 207.172.4.98
20041021 17:36:15 0002560b # connecting to 207.172.4.98
20041021 17:36:15 0002560b S: 220 mx19.mrf.mail.rcn.net ESMTP [NO UCE] RCN
Exim 3.35 #7 SD NASTD Thu, 21 Oct 2004 17:30:34 -0400

"Proof of the pudding is in the eating!"

Also, I see you ran about 5-6 testwcsap this morning.  You tried various
combinations of input parameters.  No FALSE POSITIVES!

Dude, if you want to embarrass yourself publicly, that's your
business. {smtp02.mrf,mx.mail}.rcn.net are my "home" ISP's
servers; nothing to do with me.  In late October 2004, I was
in Indianapolis connected to the Internet via cable modem
through another ISP, so no traffic generated by me directly
would have been through the 207.172.4 block or any other IP
block registered to RCN.

I have absolutely no interest whatsoever in your "testwcsap"
and have had no connection to it, not today, not ever.


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