Re: Menubar Spamcopped

On Mon, 2005-06-20 at 22:18 +0300, Toni Willberg wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-06-20 at 14:48 -0400, Owen Taylor wrote:
> >  if whoever is reporting us keeps reporting us? I think we ought to
> > > get the reporting address updated to make 'gnome-sysadmin gnome org', or
> > > 'mailman gnome org', or 'gnome-listadmin gnome org' or one of our many
> > > aliases the POC for menubar spam issues. Does anyone know how we would
> > > do that?
> > 
> > How is this "reporting address" configured? Since it points to 
> > someone at Red Hat, I assume that it's per-IP-block in some way?
> > (there is no involvement of Red Hat in forward DNS)
> The reporting address comes from the whois data as shown below.
> There could be couple of ways to direct the reports to the GNOME
> sysadmins: a) assign an own netblock for GNOME, b) create an "ISP
> account" for GNOME sysadmins at Spamcop.
> I'll try the b) way, and try creating such account using
> "sysadmin gnome org" as the handle.

b) looks like it should work and easier than trying to subdivide
the IP space for reverse lookups.

If there are any problems, let me know and I'll get in touch with
Stacy and see what we can work out.


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