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Re: Fun new policy at AOL
From: Roland Perry <nanog () internetpolicyagency com>
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 10:06:10 -0400

In article <20030828111600.C282.RICHARD () mandarin com>, Richard Cox
<Richard () mandarin com> writes
We can thank the usual suspects - Cogent, Qwest, AT&T, Comcast - and in
Europe: BT, NTL and possibly the world-abuse-leader, Deutsche Telekom
(who run dtag.de and t-dialin.net) for this being the situation.

Here's another tale of undeliverable email. It seems that [at least] one
of those organisations you mention assigns IP addresses for its ADSL
customers from the same blocks as dial-up. Which means that
organisations using MAPS-DUL reject email from teleworkers (or indeed
people running businesses with an ADSL connection) who run their own
SMTP servers.
Roland Perry

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