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  1. alex mac

    you have listed us as spammers

    thanks everybody - i think i get the picture now. however we still have one client who wants to reach their lost subscribers - i take it that your advice would be don't?
  2. alex mac

    you have listed us as spammers

    Here is what I was sent as a complaint.... I can't make any sense of it but it came from 'SpamCop' - I then checked to see if our server was listed and it was - www.airside.co.uk - where do we go from here? [ SpamCop V1.446 ] This message is brief for your comfort. Please use links below for details. Email from 83.138.128.103 / 12 May 2005 23:47:10 -0000 http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?i=z1423555514z3...4b08cccc4de890z Spamvertised web site: http://www.airside.co.uk/unsubscribe.php http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?i=z1423555515zb...ccbad21739ed96z [ Additional links on www.airside.co.uk: ] http://www.airside.co.uk/redirect.php?mail...6archived%3dall http://www.airside.co.uk/redirect.php?mail...w.lemonjelly.ky http://www.airside.co.uk/unsubscribe.php http://www.airside.co.uk/redirect.php?mail...fsubscribe.html http://www.airside.co.uk/redirect.php?mail....co.uk%2fmag%2f http://www.airside.co.uk/redirect.php?mail...w.airside.co.uk http://www.airside.co.uk/redirect.php?mail...php%3fpage%3d12 http://www.airside.co.uk/redirect.php?mail...ovestitches.com http://www.airside.co.uk/unsubscribe.php is 83.138.128.103; Fri, 13 May 2005 00:39:25 GMT [ Offending message ] Return-Path: <apache[at]mig.airside.co.uk> Delivered-To: x X-Envelope-To: x Received: (qmail 79005 invoked from network); 12 May 2005 23:47:10 -0000 Received: from mig.airside.co.uk (83.138.128.103) by dair.pair.com with SMTP; 12 May 2005 23:47:10 -0000 Received: from mig.airside.co.uk (localhost [127.0.0.1]) by mig.airside.co.uk (8.12.11/8.12.11) with ESMTP id j4CNkI2E000495 for Delivered-To: x X-Envelope-To: x Received: (qmail 79005 invoked from network); 12 May 2005 23:47:10 -0000 Received: from mig.airside.co.uk (83.138.128.103) by dair.pair.com with SMTP; 12 May 2005 23:47:10 -0000 Received: from mig.airside.co.uk (localhost [127.0.0.1]) by mig.airside.co.uk (8.12.11/8.12.11) with ESMTP id j4CNkI2E000495 for <x>; Fri, 13 May 2005 00:50:06 +0100 Received: (from apache[at]localhost) by mig.airside.co.uk (8.12.11/8.12.11/Submit) id j4CNWXtn026623; Fri, 13 May 2005 00:32:33 +0100 Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 00:32:33 +0100 From: Apache ; Fri, 13 May 2005 00:50:06 +0100 Received: (from apache[at]localhost) by mig.airside.co.uk (8.12.11/8.12.11/Submit) id j4CNWXtn026623; Fri, 13 May 2005 00:32:33 +0100 Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 00:32:33 +0100 From: Apache <apache[at]mig.airside.co.uk> Message-Id: Message-Id: <2005___________________6623[at]mig.airside.co.uk> To: x Subject: Lost subscribers to Airside and Lemon Jelly mailing lists Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 X-RBL-Checked: 127.0.0.1 83.138.128.103 Dear all, We are contacting you from Airside, a design company based in London. Due to the failure of a web server and the host company back up, some subscribers to our mailing lists were lost. Since then, however, the email addresses that were on the lists have been recovered, but annoyingly we have no idea who was subscribing to which list. So we would very much appreciate if you could re-subscribe yourself appropriately from the website mailing lists provided below. If you choose to not re-subscribe, no problem and thanks for your patience. and the rest of my message.....
  3. We recently sent out a single email to a list of email addresses retrieved from a dead hard drive that had been our own web server which had contained all the subscribers to our hosted mailing lists. I have received a complaint from someone on your spam service saying that we sent out spam - Our host recently lost our hard drive and had failed to make a back up. we spent a lot of money trying to retrieve all the subscribers to our and our clients mailing lists - we found all the addresses on the drive but the file structure was erased so there was no way of telling who was from which list. We then sent out an email to all those people whose email addresses were on our lists asking them to resubscribe if they hadn't recently received any news from the lists to which they were subscribed. I can't see any other way we could have gone about doing this and still fulfilled our obligations to the clients we are working for. We still have one client (not included on the last email we sent out) who has lost thousands of subscribers and we need to contact them - what other options do we have? Now we find after all this hard work and expense that you have listed us as spammers - what can we do to put this right? Alex Maclean, Director, Airside
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