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Intelopment
Intelopment writes "My Domain name has recently been used a lot as the REPLY field by some inconsiderate spammer and my ISP has suggested that I consider using the Open SPF service (http://openspf.org/) as a way to stop spammers from using my domain name for their REPLY field. From what I can tell it requires the receiving mail server to actually participate in the SPF service, which is where I get my doubts. Does anyone have any experience with this service? Does it work? Are many ISPs using openSFP?"

Comment: Re:Pricing looks good (Score 1) 624

by csgarvey (#10637527) Attached to: Verizon Taking FTTP Installation Orders
It might help to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, but I pay Eur 204.49 (~ US 260.71) per month for 2048/256 here in Ireland, where our government keep pitching us as the e-hub of Europe. There are a handful of broadband (dsl & wireless.. no cable) available to me, but for an uncapped reasonable speed, that's the best I can do!

.cg

Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (1) Gee, I wish we hadn't backed down on 'noalias'.

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