On Tue, Nov 13, 2007 at 09:53:24AM +0000, Tony Finch wrote:
However, I believe that in doubtful cases it's better to apply AI to the
complete message data than to attempt to analyse some abbreviated
notification. In most cases MTAs have enough capacity to do this: at the
moment (according to my stats) doubtful cases are about 30% of the email
that gets past blacklists.
The big difference seems to be what happens after you decide a
message to be spam.
Present day: you delete it without notification or you send it "back",
With TBR: you send a notification to the sender's domain. That server
should NOT forward the bounce to an innocent victim. Instead, the domain
could even count such bounces and be on guard about this customer.
Am I seeing this wrong?