I.E.C.C.: E-mail from South Korean Networks
Do we accept e-mail from South Korean networks?
In most cases, no.
Beginning in late 2001, we started receiving vast amounts of junk e-mail
(better known as spam) from Korean networks.
Some of it was in Korean, a language that nobody here understands, some
was in English.
Despite repeated attempts to contact system managers to alert them to the
problem, we never received even a single acknowledgement to any of our
So, with regret, we have blocked mail from most South Korean networks.
How can I get my computer removed from your list?
Our list includes networks, not individual computers.
We didn't add your computer to our list, and we won't remove your computer
from our list.
See the rest of this page for instructions on getting your network removed
from our list.
188.8.131.52 is not in korea.services.net
What if a network is well-managed, sends no spam, and wants to be
removed from the blocklist?
Send us an e-mail message to ksninfo @ uf.abuse.net (which is not
blocked) with your network number and we'll consider it.
What if a network cannot stop the spam it's sending
and wants to be removed from the blocklist?
If the report above shows a lot of spam coming from your network,
we will not remove it.
Your network must stop sending spam before we will consider
taking it out of our blocklist.
Do not ask to have your address removed until your network stops sending
If it is a problem that people block your mail, contact your network and tell
them to make their customers stop sending spam.
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$Date: 2006/09/04 21:26:52 $