__/ [Philip Herlihy] on Wednesday 08 February 2006 10:03 \__
>"DEB" <anyoldmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>I have emailed 2 seperate friends in the last 2 days, one in the US and one
>>in holland. Both have rejected my emails saying my ip has been
>>blacklisted. One message I got back directed me to a site that was all in
>>dutch, the other one just simply blocked my email and seaid I was
>> How has this happened? I don't understand it!! How can I put it right -
>> no point in having an account if I can't email my friends!!
>> Any help apprecaited
> Try your mail server in the "blackhole" field on SamSpade
> http://www.samspade.org/ (that's the bottom one). Helped me identify
> similar problems. My mailserver had been blacklisted by SpamCop, who were
> quite helpful in sorting it out.
I concur with Philip on this. SpamCop recently blacklisted a few domains and
addresses that employ challenge/responsive-based spam filters. Check if your
mail server is included. It seems rather apparent that some service does not
flag your messages as spam, but stops them at the gate.
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