Demon has cancelled Usenet spams are well as suspended the accounts of e-mail spammers.
Digex will pursue spamming incidents from dial-up and business customers alike. They also have a neat tracking system.
Digital Ark has disabled relaying on their systems and rejects e-mail where the sender's name cannot be resolved with DNS.
Digital Crescent's mailservers employ relay denial, MAPS verification, POP3 authentication (aka POP before SMTP), and packet filters against certain netblocks. They also offer optional procmail recipes.
DNAI defends themselves against relay spammers, and tries to educate their users as to that consitutes appropraite use of the net and how to protect themselves against spammers.
Direct.at is a free URL redirection service and will remove the redirectors of any spammers that are found to be spamming their URL.
On at least one occasion, DSP nuked one of their users who sent out a UBE.
All of Duck Pond's mailservers have relaying disabled, and shell accounts have (optional) filtering availible.
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