Re: Economics of SPAM [Was: Micorsoft's Sender ID Authentication......?]

From: Todd Vierling (no email)
Date: Mon Jun 13 2005 - 10:58:06 EDT

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    On Mon, 13 Jun 2005, wrote:

    > Here's a simple mechanism which has not yet been tried seriously. Email
    > server peering.

    All this stuff you're describing [almost] exactly matches the former
    UUCP-based e-mail distribution mechanism.

    > A lot of this dubious technical garbage can be swept aside
    > if we simply recognize that the flat structure of a completely
    > open SMTP service is not scalable.

    But we already found that the UUCP system didn't scale because its
    management load was way too high. That's why RFC821 exists!

    We aren't rolling back the clock now -- the e-mail infrastructure is far too
    large to do that.

    (Oh sh*t, did I just feed a troll?)

    -- 
    -- Todd Vierling <> <> <>
    

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