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  1. SpeedyLizard

    All Inbound mail blocked

    I'll take up the issue with no-ip. I assume it is their responsibility to take up the de-listing of their server with no-ip. I also assume that once they have proven that the offender has either been booted or the listing is in error it will get removed. Safe assumptions? Thanks everyone for your help.
  2. SpeedyLizard

    All Inbound mail blocked

    That's exactly my point. Since no-ip is on the black list, I cannot use spamcop to check for spam on my system, because I also happen to use no-ip as my mail router/backup provider. So it sounds like until no-ip is unlisted, I have to disable the use of spamcop for dnsbl. Is there some way to verify if no-ip is on the blacklist?
  3. SpeedyLizard

    All Inbound mail blocked

    I respectfully disagree. This has worked flawlessly for several years and only recently has started working incorrectly (without any change on our part). Here's why I disagree. If all of my mail is routed through a single host (in this case, no-ip), and I add them to a "white list" then all mail will pass through the whitelist including the spam. Once the mail reaches my system, if it comes thru no-ip (which it will) and appears on the whitelist, the email system will stop processing any blocking and deliver the mail. However, the way the system is designed, is that it checks against the spamcop system to see if it is offending, if so it blocks it. This is the equivelant of spamcop blocking all mail originating at hotmail.com instead of the offenders originating ip. If the mail goes through no-ip, it should arrive at my mailserver and checked against the offenders originating ip, not a dynamic dns provider. correct?
  4. SpeedyLizard

    All Inbound mail blocked

    I host my own mail server and multiple domains.
  5. SpeedyLizard

    All Inbound mail blocked

    The reason i mention "all my mail" is because it is routed thru no-ip.com for services. They act as my dns service as well as backup mail hosting. They do not host mail that I know of (in the traditional sense), they only provide backup services. Is it possible that whatever you are using for reverse lookup is pointing to them instead of the real offender? Just curious. Since they are my dns server and mail router, all mail destined for my domains are blocked. Therefore I have to stop using spamcop.net until it gets resolved. I also have to recommend this action for any of my customers that also use no-ip for dns resolution and backup domain services.
  6. SpeedyLizard

    All Inbound mail blocked

    I have utilized spamcop using "connection filtering" in exchange for several years now. However, just recently it has been blocking all mail senders are recieving the following return message from my server: <69.132.108.222> does not like recipient. Remote host said: 550 5.7.1 204.16.252.100 has been blocked by bl.spamcop.net Giving up on <69.132.108.222> No matter where they send me mail from, hotmail, company mail, msn, etc, they all get blocked. If i remove spamcop from the connection filtering it works fine. However, I really would like to use spamcop as you guys do an outstanding job. Any ideas? Here's another: This is the Postfix program at host mail1.no-ip.com. I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not be be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below. For further assistance, please send mail to <postmaster> If you do so, please include this problem report. You can delete your own text from the attached returned message. The Postfix program <xxxxxx at bartontech.com>: host [69.132.108.222] said: 550 5.7.1 204.16.252.100 has been blocked by bl.spamcop.net (in reply to RCPT TO command)
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