[SURBL-Discuss] Whitelist: multiply.com
jeffc at surbl.org
Thu Jun 16 07:34:41 CEST 2005
On Wednesday, June 15, 2005, 7:27:17 PM, Robert Menschel wrote:
> Hello Jeff, All,
> Just received some spam today from a site that needs to be whitelisted
> on SURBL -- multiply.com
> Valid community-based, free (adv sponsored), social networking,
> email-generating system. We've received valid emails from people
> using the system as it is intended.
> However, even when used as intended, it's liable to a domino/cascade
> effect. Emails sent to person A's contact list which includes B, C,
> and D, can be automatically forwarded to their contact lists, their
> contacts' contacts' contacts, etc.
> That's the spam received today -- email once removed, where A's
> contact list would be appropriate, but we're on B's contact list, and
> have no interest in this email from A.
> Think of it as the forward of a forward of a forward problem, where
> it's not a matter of that last forward being sent mindlessly -- it was
> sent automatically.
> I'll be adding this to the SARE rules system somewhere, but it's too
> early now to predict how large or small a score it will have.
> Bob Menschel
Thanks Bob. 2000 domain. Looks clean to me. Whitelisting.
"What it is
Multiply is a web site that makes it easy to share photos, blogs,
videos, music, and other kinds of digital content with your
friends and family.
How it works
Just add your contacts and they'll add their contacts, and so on.
Multiply keeps track of who knows whom in your social network,
and this allows us to automatically notify these people when you
add new stuff to your home page.
Why it's better
Each time you add something, we create a thread on your own
personal message board and give access to the people you choose.
With Multiply you get a built-in audience of people ready to give
you feedback and turn your content into lively discussions.
You've never been able to simultaneously communicate with
everyone in your life in this way -- and Multiply makes it easy!"
Don't harm innocent bystanders.
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