If a mailbox is protected by one of these types of services:
1) It should be smart enough to see mailing lists and use that as a
qualifying address to be allowed through.
2) It should be smart enough to not reply to bulk precedence mail
3) Or the mailbox should never be subscribed to a mailing list.
I'm firmly against these types of services, but then again I've never
seen one that met the criteria of #1 and #2. Are there any
intelligent services out there? #3 will cause people to cry about not
being fair and "I'm just trying to prevent spam." My answer is no,
not being fair is someone expecting me to do their work for them just
so they can receive emails from a public list that they joined.
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 10:20 AM, <postmaster@stripped> wrote:
> Hello Todd Lyons,
> I use Boxbe to protect my email address. While I did receive your email
> about "Re: Copy 70GB ibdata, etc. and server won't start now", you are not
> currently on my email Guest List. I'll be more likely to see your email and
> future messages if you are on my priority Guest List.
> Click here to be put directly on my Guest List
> Thank you,
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Todd Lyons <tlyons@stripped>
> Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 05:28:46 -0700
> Subject: Re: Copy 70GB ibdata, etc. and server won't start now
|• Re: Re: Copy 70GB ibdata, etc. and server won't start now (Action Required)||Todd Lyons||15 Jul|