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In three words, we hate it. We believe that unlike paper junk mail, where the cost is borne by the sender, e-mail SPAM's cost is borne by the receivers. We also feel the common practices of forging origination addresses to prevent retribution, of violating ISP anti-SPAM policies, and of stealing bandwidth from unsecured third-party servers are unethical.
Our mailing lists reject posts by non-subscribers to prevent random SPAMs, and our Postfix Mailer runs the latest counter-measures to bounce SPAM before we have to see it.
For more information on why SPAM is bad, see "Fight SPAM on the Internet!"