Gmail's server blocked in SpamCop Blocklist Help Posted June 19, 2006 Pretty depressing in that there is so ,uch content already existing within this Topic/Discussion, yet ..... so much misinformation, doubt, puzzlement, and absolutrly wrong data still gets brought up .... Here is a "corrected" copy of your inital query ..... Your call, your decision .... e-mail has been bounced by an ISP/Admin that chose to use the SpamCopDNSBL in a blocking fashion as a tool to manage their incoming spam spew .... ... GMail refuses to follow RFC standards and include the origination of the e-mail in the headers .... ... the IP address gets listed by the SpamCopDNSBL, which is a list available for use by others ..... gettig itself un-listed when the math involved in the listing/de-listing process works out .... This discussion already contains dialog with GMail techs/engineers ... why ask here? This is already answered by the SpamCop FAQ (links at the top of this very page) ... conversational dialog within this existing (and huge) Topic/Dicussion .... Gee, I thought I was being polite to everyone. Thanks for "correcting me".