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Re: educating rDNS violators
From: James Kelly <jim () essistants com>
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 22:31:11 -0400

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This may then force customers to switch providers to one who properly
sets up their service.

Jim

JGrimshaw () ASAP com wrote:
| With that in mind, with many customers using large ISPs for their public
| DNS service, a updating the bounce back message might not resolve
| anything, as the emailing site may not be in the authority to make the
| changes you have requested, and the large ISP may not have the
| wherewithall to implement such policies.
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