djporter

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  1. Before the transition I was receiving some sales receipts, bank statements, and other periodic announcements via email to my cesmail.net address. It's now become obvious that most of that email doesn't make it through the Cisco forwarding service. I am getting some personal emails and test emails forwarded correctly, but not the usual bank and financial emails. So much for the vaunted Cisco spam detection, it is not reliable enough to trust going forward.
  2. User:Jeff G From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This page has been deleted.
  3. Jeff G. is turning over in his grave.
  4. Some forwarded emails are arriving again. What wasn't forwarded is presumed lost.
  5. Forwarding starting working for me overnight, but I just tested again now and forwarding is not working again.
  6. Forwarding started working again for me sometime overnight. I was one of the people early on getting the "Recipient address rejected" bounce message. However, all my email from after the transition that wasn't forwarded is lost, including receipts that I know were sent to me. Going forward, I won't be using my old cesmail.net address for anything important.
  7. Still no forwarding but no bounce messages either. Is that progress?
  8. I'm on a Mac and I have the forwarding field, but forwarding doesn't work it just bounces, so that field is apparently worthless anyway.
  9. Same problem here. Fowarding was working until the transition today. Now I get this bounce message from Google and all other accounts I have tried: "Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently: xxxxxx[at]cesmail.net Technical details of permanent failure: Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain cesmail.net by vmx5.spamcop.net. [184.94.240.124]. The error that the other server returned was: 550 5.1.1 <djporter[at]cesmail.net>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in virtual alias table"
  10. I see the forwarding address field under "Preferences" => "Change Email address or name". Is that what you need?
  11. To be safe, assume nothing remains.
  12. Yes, you can attach as many spam emails as desired to a single email submittal to SC. Mailwasher, as suggested above, is a windows application which limits it's usefulness.
  13. Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but reporting should work just as it does now. Do you a spamcop email address for reporting only? Mine is "spamcop reporting <submit.VEnxxxXXXX9DHIFd[at]spam.spamcop.net>", to which I send any spam as attachments to be reported. I don't see this changing after 9/30.
  14. I can't duplicate your problem either. I'm running OSX 10.9.4 with FF 31.0. Sent myself a test message from SC webmail without any issue. After 9/31/14 you won't be able to send outgoing mail via SC anyway, so maybe time to look for another outgoing server.
  15. smtp.cesmail.net on port 587