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    • That’s an interesting question, Jose. It was certainly one of my first thoughts that this was similar to the Y! problem and the attackers just moved from Y! to AOL.
      Reports I’m seeing this morning are that the mail isn’t coming through AOL servers, so it is possible that they would choose to publish a p=reject.

  • That would make another to join the p=reject policy… Gmail has been doing big changes lately too, if they would choose to follow to, that would be “interesting” to see 🙂
    Again, thanks a lot for the great articles 🙂

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