> From: MX%"mtaylor @
com" 24-SEP-1996 01:27:52.00
> Subj: Re: interramp harbouring spammers
> >The problem is growing, it seems that at least one out of every 3
> >spams I receive comes from Interramp, that from the message ID, rather
> >than the return addresses.
> Also because of the transition from PSI (Interramp and Pipeline) to
> Mindspring, Interramp is effectively non responsive at this point to any
> complaints. I have received tons of junk from interramp accounts lately
> but they are not doing anything about it. Additionally service is rapidly
> deteriorating as well (servers going up and down constantly).
> The other place I have been seeing tons of junk has been coming from Juno.
> A lot of spammers use it to remail. A few use fake id's from Juno. Juno
> will not take direct responsibility as a remailer and asks that you forward
> a complaint to the appropriate internet provider. Lately Juno has more
> spams lately than Interramp (at least it seems that way to me!)
This makes sense, in a perverse sort of way: as I understand it,
juno GIVES free email access to it's "subscribers", as then get
advertisements thownr at them every few seconds, or so I'm told. I
guess that they figure turn about is fair play...
> Mark Taylor
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