{SPAM?} Re: Virus report e-mail

David Sullivan David.Sullivan at BARNET.AC.UK
Sun Jun 30 18:56:46 IST 2002

On 30 Jun 2002 at 18:19, Julian Field wrote:

> At 18:11 30/06/2002, you wrote:
> >One good reason not to is that .uk is listed, that'll be why rfc-ignorant
> >flagged it.
> The whole country? Wow! Now that's what I call a broad brush...


3.) If a TLD does not have a working, public, free of charge WHOIS registry working
and providing all the necessary contact information, then by definition no domain in
that TLD is RFC954-compliant, and that would make the entire TLD a viable candidate
for listing.
UK domains don't have any contact information (yet) in their whois listing so in it goes

If anything it illustrates that if you're going to be using a  blacklist service you need to
research exactly what is listed and why.


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