Everything posted by dontcare
I am an exchange administrator at my company. My girlfriend who has gmail seems to have all her mails bounce in the last day. I would think that this is blocked by you guys, but no one else is complaining so maybe the problem is in our configuration? can you let me know if you are aware of any issues? thanks
Yes, i wasn't trying to blame spamcop at all. It is of course googles fault and the people that use gmail, and of course spammers, but thats another topic... We do block the mail (i assume you mean best practices would be to simply tag it as spam) because users do not ever want to see any spam period. not in a spam folder, not in the trash, not anywhere! block too much, people complain. Block not enough, people complain even louder! It is the lesser of two evils. Just one of the psychological battles that I fight daily. The users have spoken oh so many times. They would rather miss an important email, then have to click and delete one spam message a day. I've tried it both ways and I cannot win.
This is all the info i have.. Those are local ip addresses for the most part so not sure what you can do with them: ----- Original message ----- MIME-Version: 1.0 Received: by 10.182.73.71 with SMTP id j7mr823536obv.55.1326318767864; Wed, 11 Jan 2012 13:52:47 -0800 (PST) Received: by 10.60.22.169 with HTTP; Wed, 11 Jan 2012 13:52:47 -0800 (PST) In-Reply-To: <D1061DFEABCDE342AE99A42E048BF5271DE0D60745[at]---COMPANYMAILSERVER---> References: <CABJW4xTAx0tLKD_RGy9ST7KnE5mA_evh=npV2Dfi-WFTBBeCQQ[at]mail.gmail.com <mailto:npV2Dfi-WFTBBeCQQ[at]mail.gmail.com>> <D1061DFEABCDE342AE99A42E048BF5271DE0D60745[at]---COMPANYMAILSERVER---> Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2012 13:52:47 -0800 Message-ID: <CABJW4xRcibRmgKALwj0HEbhsiEdA5+6E6RnrgJxY3oVMMyyu9g[at]mail.gmail.com <mailto:CABJW4xRcibRmgKALwj0HEbhsiEdA5%2B6E6RnrgJxY3oVMMyyu9g[at]mail.gmail.com>> But looking through message tracking logs, looks like it was 18.104.22.168 which is in your database currently. That explains that one. I guess i will wait the 14 hours. I assumed naively that google would have the same ip address for all mailboxes.