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  1. Dave202

    Register.com seems to be the problem

    Okay, let's try this again. (btw, Verisgn support never replied) I heard from another person with the identical problem and what he found out is this: What happens is that a company "Global Name Registry" (GNR) is authorized by ICANN to do the forwarding.  So when we register our addresses with register.com, they tell GNR the forwarding address. GNR administers the five servers mx01.nic.name, mx02.nic.name, ..., mx05.nic.name that do this forwarding. When one of these servers starts kicking out a lot of spam, Spamcop puts it onto the blacklist and we lose email for 14 hours. My solution was to get a mailbox at register.com, which does not use Spamcop. So now I have no spam filtering by my mail provider, but at least I get my mail......
  2. Dave202

    Register.com seems to be the problem

    Well yes, 198.41.1.55 has timed off, so my mail is coming through again today and the other four MX's did continue to send me mail. However, after 3 instances of being shut down down, this has gotten real old and tired. It looks to me as if Verisgn.com and Register.com are different sides of the same company? Register.com has a customer service that is only qualified to handle very simple problems. Any idea how I might find someone with enough clout to impliment significant change? --Dave--
  3. My incoming email has been "disappearing" or just getting bounced back to senders. If I understand correctly, the owner of 198.41.1.55 (mx01.nic.name) is the culpret. This server is the "mail exchange server" at Register.com which forwards my mail to my local ISP (who utilizes Spamcop). Since this server forwards email for multi-thousands of web addresses, it is not surprising that a bunch of spam goes through it. Can Register.com really do anything about it or am I just out of luck? I've contacted them several times, without success. ---Dave--- ======================================= -------- Original Message -------- Subject: There has been a problem delivering your email. From: ".name mail system" <postmaster[at]lastname.name> Date: Mon, October 23, 2006 3:32 pm To: Dear user, This is an automated message from the mail agent mx01.nic.name, serving the .name mail system. I couldn't deliver your email to the address dave[at]bittner.name, since the remote address it forwards to, reported the following: bittner[at]colorado.net: 65.38.128.146 does not like recipient. Remote host said: 550 Service unavailable; Client host [198.41.1.55] blocked using bl.spamcop.net; Blocked - see http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml?198.41.1.55 Giving up on 65.38.128.146. It has not been possible for us to deliver the message you were trying to send to <dave[at]bittner.name>. There is a problem with the account that the .name email address has been set up to forward to. This is a problem with the end-point account, and we have done all we can to deliver the message. Only the user you were sending to, or his/her email box provider, can correct this problem. Please contact the recipient via alternate means to let him/her know of this problem. Alternatively, the recipient of your mail can change his/her .name email to forward to another email account. Your message can still be sent to the same .name email address but can be fetched from somewhere else by the recipient. Please be ensured that the .name address will continue to work and forward to any end-point determined by its owner. Yours truly, The team at Global Name Registry With .name, get your own name as an e-mail address! Now, .name is also open for second level domain registrations. Your name is simple and easy to remember. Never change your e-mail address again. Below you will find a copy of the message(s) that could not be delivered, with the headers included. These headers may help your system administrator to find any errors. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Received: (qmail 25427 invoked by uid 1004); Mon, 23 Oct 2006 21:32:16 -0000 Delivered-To: dave[at]bittner.name Received: (qmail 25416 invoked by alias); Mon, 23 Oct 2006 21:32:15 -0000 Received: from unknown (HELO outback.techgaze.com) (207.44.182.80) by mx01.nic.name with SMTP; Mon, 23 Oct 2006 21:32:15 -0000 Received: (from apache[at]localhost) by outback.techgaze.com (8.11.6/8.11.6) id k9NKxIA10638; Mon, 23 Oct 2006 14:59:18 -0600 X-Authentication-Warning: outback.techgaze.com: apache set sender to cdltinfo[at]cdlt.org using -f Received: from 67.42.246.140 (SquirrelMail authenticated user cdltinfo[at]cdlt.org) by www.cdlt.org with HTTP; Mon, 23 Oct 2006 14:59:16 -0600 (MDT) Message-ID: <2003.67.42.246.140.1161637156.squirrel[at]www.cdlt.org> Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 14:59:16 -0600 (MDT) Subject: web design proposal for CDLT From: <cdltinfo[at]cdlt.org> To: <erin[at]timeforcake.com> X-Priority: 3 Importance: Normal Cc: <dave[at]bittner.name>, <larriemac[at]aol.com>, <karn[at]comcast.net>, <wursters[at]colorado.net>, <info[at]cdlt.org> X-Mailer: SquirrelMail (version 1.2.10) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
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