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    Why is SpamCop on MY domain?

    This is all VERY interesting... The email that was blocked however was being sent to a [at]amcswebs.com address (NOT LIQUID WEB) and was sent from a client of amcswebs. In other words... There was NO spam (nor has their ever been) to any [at]amcswebs.com address from that address... NOR was spamcop EVER given any kind of authorization to screen ANY emails that are being Directed to email address within the amcswebs.com domain. This makes Spamcop a company that is illegally stopping business mail from reaching a BUSINESS domain, without any kind of permission at all. Sounds kind of wrong doesn't it? You figure that SpamCop is going to be willing to pay the business for income lost because they filtered business emails without any kind of permission??? Might make a very interesting law suite don't you think?
  2. I am the owner and operator of the domain amcswebs.com. Can you explain why one of my clients (sending from a zwallet.com address) are having their emails bounced by a system that should not be even monitoring my domain? I'm sure it has nothing to do with the host itself as they are being paid for this space and would NOT have the legal authority to put email blocks on my domain. I know I don't want the service as I will choose who I wish to block. This is the error message my client received... <xxxxxxx[at]amcswebs.com>: 64.91.240.133 does not like recipient. Remote host said: 550-rejected because the sending host 216.66.64.4 is in a black list at 550-bl.spamcop.net 550 Blocked - see http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml?216.66.64.4 Giving up on 64.91.240.133. I want to know HOW to make sure this system never again blocks an email from my domain. Can someone help? Glen, Owner, AMCS Web Services
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