keyplyr - 4:42 am on Apr 27, 2013 (gmt 0)
The point? Lots of IT professionals use their own mail servers and they can be hosted anywhere, perhaps in one of the "server farms" that you have blocked. Do you really think that rabidly blocking whole IP ranges is good for your business?
Not related. Blocking an IP from requesting files from my web server has nothing to do with sending mail from one mail server to another. I also agree with what wilderness spelled out.
Kendo, since you've been a member at WW since 2005 it hard to imagine you haven't read the thousands of posts regarding server farms and the logic behind blocking them. I'm beginning to think you just like to argue.