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* [[Real-Time Blackhole List]] ([[RBL]]), the one for which MAPS is probably best known.
 
* [[Real-Time Blackhole List]] ([[RBL]]), the one for which MAPS is probably best known.
* Dialup Users List (DUL), blocks of [[IP address]]es that include many small office and home office users.
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* [[Dialup Users List]] ([[DUL]), blocks of [[IP address]]es that include many small office and home office users.
* Relay Spam Stopper (RSS), [[spam]] relays, e.g. hijacked [[server]]s.
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* [[Relay Spam Stopper]] ([[RSS]]), [[spam]] relays, e.g. hijacked [[server]]s.
* Open Proxy Servers (OPS), naively open [[SMTP]] [[server]]s.
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* [[Open Proxy Servers]] ([[OPS]]), naively open [[SMTP]] [[server]]s.
* Non-confirming Mailing List (NML), marketers who use [[opt-out]] strategy.
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* [[Non-confirming Mailing List]] ([[NML]]), marketers who use [[opt-out]] strategy.
   
 
The acronym MAPS is [[spam]] spelled backwards.
 
The acronym MAPS is [[spam]] spelled backwards.
   
[[Category:Spam]]
 
[[Category:E-mail]]
 
   
 
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{{Wikipedia|Mail Abuse Prevention System}}
 
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[[Category:E-mail]]

Revision as of 03:52, 20 March 2010

The Mail Abuse Prevention System (MAPS) is an organisation that provides anti-spam support by maintaining blacklists. They provide five blacklists, categorising why an IP address or an IP block is listed:

The acronym MAPS is spam spelled backwards.


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