In message <v03130300b7f7e625003d @
221]>, you wrote:
> Charlie (who is on vacation, and because he is using a dialup
> through UUNET, cannot email you directly becuse of
> your server blocks)
If you had mailed me via any one of UUnet's numerous well-secured mail
servers, then no problem.
Looking at today's mail servers logs however, I see that you tried to
send mail here from some mail server belonging to the mystery domain
I don't accept mail from that domain anymore, and haven't for quite
some time. As far as I know, it's just a front operation for spammers.
The home page (www.safepages.com) provides nothing to make me believe
otherwise, and much to make me believe that it IS in fact just a front
for spammers. (And I've received MANY spams from that mystery domain.)
When and if whoever owns that domain decides to come of of the closet and
identify themselves, then I might recosider, but for the moment, I
interpret `safepages' to mean `A safe place to put your web site if
you are a spammer, and if you don't want to have your account terminated.'
P.S. It ain't just safepages.com's home page that's particularly unin-
formative. Their WHOIS record leaves their true location and phone number
an utter mystery also:
P.O. Box 77526
Seattle, WA 98177-0526
Domain Name: SAFEPAGES.COM
Registered through: 1stDomain.net
Administrative Contact, Technical Contact, Zone Contact, Billing Contact:
Brandon Mullenberg (BRMU100F) admin @
NA, NA NA
Domain created: 1998-11-18.
Domain last updated: 2000-11-17.
Domain expires: 2005-11-17.
Name servers for this domain:
NS3.SAFEPAGES.COM 220.127.116.11 (HO128F)
NS4.SAFEPAGES.COM 18.104.22.168 (HO129F)