Help! Mail from x.x.x.x refused, see RBL server bl.spamcop.net
Posted 02 July 2008 - 03:25 AM
Posted 02 July 2008 - 04:00 AM
Posted 02 July 2008 - 05:35 AM
Sorry, previous post was a bit rushed. On reflection, it seems like you haven't a clue how the SpamCop blocklist works do you? That's OK, just that we anticipate a certain amount of familiarity or, if not, some homework being done (hence the "Read this before you post" clues, the Wiki, the FAQs, etc.).
...So, my question is why the bl.spamcop.net will refuse those the mail sent from a non-blocking sender list. I would be appreciated if someone have an advice. Thank you.
Anyway, hold off on contacting the Deputies, let's just assume for the moment that the bl is working as intended - as it very nearly always does. The IP address you carefully 'X'd out in your post is the key. If the rejection message was accurate (not always the case) entering that quad number at http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml will show if the IP address is on/still on the bl. If it is, the only way a message from that source will get through filtering involving the SCbl would be to whitelist your correspondent - so mail from his/her email address bypasses the blocking part of your filtering. Which (email address), as said, has nothing to do with the SC blocklist. Hundreds, thousands even of individuals could share the IP address and one or more of them would be machines used by one or more heavy duty spammers (owner may not even be aware). The other side of the coin, nearly all spam uses forged (but real) email addresses on a rotating basis.
And if your own server is listed that should have no effect on your ability to receive mail (unless you have a broken sort of setup). It will make a difference trying to send from a blocklisted server however. Again it is the IP address address used for outwards mail is the key - which might or might not be the one shown at http://www.danasoft.com/
Waiting for clarification if you need more help.
Posted 02 July 2008 - 07:11 AM
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