QUOTE(ZULUBEAR @ Dec 27 2005, 04:47 PM)
Spamcop eh? Make me register for your forums eh? Fine.
No one here made you do anything. the FAQ data, the majority of the Forum and the postings within are available for reading without registering. Had you actually read some of those items (some actually placed and titled in BOLD
letters so they'd stand out ... well, this response wouldn't have started like this ...
You're hindering my business so whatever resolves this quickly will allow me to get back to work.
So you block spam from me... probably because i'm sending mp3s... because i work at a record label. We deal with music.
All this drivel means what? SpamCop does not have the power to block any e-mail. This type of action would only occur at the receiving end of where ever you tried to send your e-mail. If you actually send out stuff that looks like spam, that would be your problem.
Anyways, after trying to find an email address to write too i gave up. The roundabout navigation here that leads to nowhere is hilarious... it really is.
Explanation of that remark is requested, as I know of no "circular loops that go nowhere" on this Forum.
So now i'm here in hopes that someone can help me. I'm trying to send email but all of a sudden i get these rejection notices yet i dont show up in this little database thing.
If you guys have any ideas, i'd really appreciate it. I'm getting totally screwed by not being able to email certain business contacts. I hope this can be resolved or this company is a joke!
The joke would actually have started with your failed attempt at looking anything up, reading any FAQ data available, ignoring all of the How to ask a Question
pointers .... and worst of all, not providing any data that means anything.
--- The header of the original message is following. ---
Received: from [188.8.131.52] (helo=[192.168.1.103])
by mrelay.perfora.net (node=mrelayus1) with ESMTP (Nemesis),
id 0MKp2t-1ErNJp0cPh-0003fV; Tue, 27 Dec 2005 17:29:22 -0500
The only IP address offered, but apparently probably has absolutely nothing to do with the "real" IP address involved with your "real" outgoing e-mail server ...????http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=checkblo...=184.108.40.206
220.127.116.11 not listed in bl.spamcop.nethttp://www.senderbase.org/?searchBy=ipaddr...=18.104.22.168
Volume Statistics for this IP
Magnitude Vol Change vs. Average
Last day ......... 0.0 .. -100%
Last 30 days ... 1.0 ... -97%
Average ......... 2.3
Kind of gives the impression that this isn't an e-mail server anymore ...????
Had it been listed, had there been complaints made about traffic from this IP address, complaints would have gone to;
Parsing input: 22.214.171.124
host 126.96.36.199 = 208-186-255-10.customer.csolutions.net (cached)
Routing details for 188.8.131.52
[refresh/show] Cached whois for 184.108.40.206 : ipadmin[at]eli.net
Using abuse net on ipadmin[at]eli.net
abuse net eli.net = abuse[at]support.eli.net
Using best contacts abuse[at]support.eli.net
As the "Received From:" routable IP address matches your posting IP address, one could guess that this is "your" computer/system .. the non-routable address showing in the "(helo=[192.168.1.103]" string also tends to suggest this. What is then missing is what the IP address of the actual "sending" e-mail server may have been .. if the receiving site had configured their servers per suggestion, then the "rejection" notice would have contained that critical bit of data, but you failed to provide this data also. Just as you don't feel you have the time to research the data that has been made available, I'm not of the mind to play the guessing game involved in trying to sleuth out just what e-mail server you maight be using to send your "spam" .... If you are actually sending e-mail out from "your" system, then perhaps there's an issue of an ISP blocking dynamic IP addresses but choosing the wrong "error message" in the rejection notice.