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  1. jenny

    Why this error report generate?

    Yeah, the IPs in the header are adresses in our local network. And the IP after the firewall mapping is avilable . The e-mail I paste here is the bounce mail, we don't get the outgoing mail. But when I send a test e-mail to the postmaster[at]entel-llc.com , I got the similar bounce e-mail. Maybe it's related to the ISP's own secure system as you metioned. Thanks for all!
  2. jenny

    Why this error report generate?

    The bounced e-mail we got is as follow: This report relates to a message you sent with the following header fields: Your message cannot be delivered to the following recipients: Recipient address: paulenright[at]entel-llc.com Reason: Remote SMTP server has rejected address Diagnostic code: smtp;553 61.144.161.* mail rejected due to excessive spam (Listed by Spamcop 61.144.161.171) Remote system: dns;smtp.secureserver.net (TCP|172.17.1.61|48925|64.202.166.12|25) (rblsmtpd.local) Could you help us to analyse? Thanks!
  3. When we sent e-mails , the following error report generates: Your message cannot be delivered to the following recipients: Recipient address: paulenright[at]entel-llc.com Reason: Remote SMTP server has rejected address Diagnostic code: smtp;553 61.144.161.* mail rejected due to excessive spam (Listed by Spamcop 61.144.161.171) Remote system: dns;smtp.secureserver.net (TCP|172.17.1.61|48925|64.202.166.12|25) (rblsmtpd.local) It seems Spamcop stopped the email to the Recipient. And we found that our IP is not in Spamcop's black list. Please help me to lookup the reason. Thanks!
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