RBL quandry - opinions hereby solicited

Dean Anderson wrote:

their customers. Not potential future customers. Existing customers. They
didn't buy this list from somewhere. They asked for, and required customers
to give this information, and to give them permission to send email.

That's not asking for it. That's demanding it. No e-mail ... no domain.
Until NSI does not have an actual monopoly on TLDs, then it is a form of
legalized extortion. You can prove to me otherwise by registering a domain
in a gTLD either w/o giving any addresses.

I have found nobody@{domain} very useful

  Most people have a line in /etc/aliases that reads:

nobody: /dev/null

  - jared