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Re: Proposed EU Directive on Electronic Commerce

  • To: Ulf Vedenbrant < >
  • From: Piet Beertema < >
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 14:29:56 +0100

    Perhaps that UCE is required by law to have a specific
    sender domain or user tag...
    That could then easily be rejected in the SMTP dialogue.
A tag that could be used in the SMTP dialogue would be
a very good means to stop spam at the source. Or for
that matter, at open relays.
However, it ain't that easy: see my previous replies
about "legal spam" and "accepted UCE".

    For example
    uce-spam-uce should be added to the sending address
Unlikely. That would cause zillions of problems.
    or a new top level domain... .spam or .uce
Possible. Routing might be a problem though.


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