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Re: Fun new policy at AOL
From: Roland Perry <nanog () internetpolicyagency com>
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 13:26:17 -0400


In article <DD7FE473A8C3C245ADA2A2FE1709D90B06C49C () server2003 arneill-
py.sacramento.ca.us>, Michel Py <michel () arneill-py sacramento ca us>
writes
eating some
email from no reason, having limits in attachment size, you can't have a
mailing list that way, etc.

Isn't this where we started? One ISP I know decided to limit customers
to 200 outgoing recipients a day. Great for stopping spammers, great for
stopping anyone running a mailing list, or mailing to big cc: lists [1].
Hey, on a good day, I can even send 200 one-to-one emails.

[1] I regularly get emails with 60-80 people listed, bad practice
perhaps, but it's all some users seem to be able to implement.
-- 
Roland Perry


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