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  1. hipshot49

    Kinda vague

    Okay, here are the non-existent headers and the invisible IP addresses of the non-email I didn't receive when trying to verify my Hotmail account. That help?
  2. hipshot49

    Kinda vague

    At the "suggestion" of Wazoo (a more appropriate handle I have never seen, as in "up the"), I a reposting this here. A couple of points first. The title of this Forum includes the word "Help". Call me old-fashioned, but being insulted and demeaned does not fall within my definition of the word "Help". If I knew the answers, I wouldn't ask the questions. If I am not asking them correctly, assistance would be appreciated. Insults are not. You might note that I am rated as a "newbie" so if I don't know the rules, I at least have an excuse and I'm not going to learn them from some self-appointed guru of the Forum. Now, Julian, if I might trouble you: Okay, this Mailhosts thing is making me crazy. I have, for a variety of reasons, several email accounts. Most of them were verified and added to my mailhosts list. However: I cannot, no matter what I do, get my Bigfoot account verified. As it normally forwards to another account, I figured that was the problem, so I disabled forwarding so that the verification emails would go to the Bigfoot Webmail account, which they did. Unfortunately, there appears to be no way to reply to or forward the verification email which includes the complete header, so it is repeatedly rejected. This Bigfoot account is my main "anonymous" account which I've had for years and I really don't want to give it up. All attempts to verify my Hotmail account appear to vanish into nothingness. I get the verification emails okay and go through the whole Complete Headers and Source thing to send the replies, so am certain that the entire headers are, in fact, being sent. However, I never get any kind of reply and Hotmail still doesn't appear as one of my Mailhosts. I assume there is some problem, but without any feedback, I am completely in the dark as to what to do. I also have two other email accounts through two of my ISP's which keep getting bounced. Both are set up with spam filtering, both through (I think) the Postini system. The error emails mention a multiple level email system as being the problem, so I figured the Postini thing was the problem. Therefore, I went to the Web Mail boxes to answer the verification emails. I chose the complete header option and sent the replies as attachments. Still no joy and still the same error messages. I've run out of ideas. I also own two domains through Freeservers which have their own email systems. The verification emails to both were returned with full headers and as attachments and the domains appear in the Mailhost list, but flagged as having problems. Once again, lacking any feedback, I am unable to do whatever to correct whatever the problem or problems might be. Any suggestions or solutions?
  3. Okay, this Mailhosts thing is making me crazy. I have, for a variety of reasons, several email accounts. Most of them were verified and added to my mailhosts list. However: I cannot, no matter what I do, get my Bigfoot account verified. As it normally forwards to another account, I figured that was the problem, so I disabled forwarding so that the verification emails would go to the Bigfoot Webmail account, which they did. Unfortunately, there appears to be no way to reply to or forward the verification email which includes the complete header, so it is repeatedly rejected. This Bigfoot account is my main "anonymous" account which I've had for years and I really don't want to give it up. All attempts to verify my Hotmail account appear to vanish into nothingness. I get the verification emails okay and go through the whole Complete Headers and Source thing to send the replies, so am certain that the entire headers are, in fact, being sent. However, I never get any kind of reply and Hotmail still doesn't appear as one of my Mailhosts. I assume there is some problem, but without any feedback, I am completely in the dark as to what to do. I also have two other email accounts through two of my ISP's which keep getting bounced. Both are set up with spam filtering, both through (I think) the Postini system. The error emails mention a multiple level email system, so I figured the Postini thing was the problem. Therefore, I went to the Web Mail boxes to answer the verification emails. I chose the complete header option and sent the replies as attachments. Still no joy and still the same error messages. I've run out of ideas. I also own two domains through Freeservers which have their own email systems. The verification emails to both were returned with full headers and as attachments and the domains appear in the Mailhost list, but flagged as having problems. Once again, lacking any feedback, I am unable to do whatever to correct whatever the problem or problems might be. Any suggestions or solutions?
  4. hipshot49

    Korea Net Blacklist Problems

    Enough information? Or would you like their shoe size? OrgName: State of Alaska OrgID: STATEO-18 Address: Department of Administration Address: Network Services Address: 333 Willoughby Street 5th Fl City: Juneau StateProv: AK PostalCode: 99811 Country: US NetRange: 146.63.0.0 - 146.63.255.255 CIDR: 146.63.0.0/16 NetName: NETALASKA NetHandle: NET-146-63-0-0-1 Parent: NET-146-0-0-0-0 NetType: Direct Assignment NameServer: ESPRESSO.STATE.AK.US NameServer: DOGWOOD.STATE.AK.US Comment: RegDate: 1991-01-21 Updated: 2002-04-15 TechHandle: LT307-ARIN TechName: Talley, Larry TechPhone: +1-907-465-2220 TechEmail: hostmaster[at]state.ak.us # ARIN WHOIS database, last updated 2004-03-26 19:15 # Enter ? for additional hints on searching ARIN's WHOIS database.
  5. hipshot49

    Korea Net Blacklist Problems

    In reply to Merlyn. The State of Alaska IS NOT using Korean IP's. They, like pretty much every government entity, have their own system. Email addresses are in the form of whoever[at]whateverdepartment.state.ak.us. korea.services.net is one of the available DNS blacklists one can select for SpamCop email accounts. I originally selected the korea.services.net DNS blacklist because of the high volume of junk emails originating from Korean IP's. My question was why would their DNS blacklist be flagging mail originating from Alaska State servers? Because the list continued to flag such emails, I was forced deselect it and thus, once again am observing a higher volume of junk emails originating from Korean servers. As an aside, the cn.rbl.cluecentral.net China DNS blacklist must be completely useless, as probably 90% of the junk I receive and report originates from that country.
  6. I was forced to disable the Korea Net blacklist from my account, as it suddenly and for no apparent reason, began blacklisting mailings from State of Alaska sites of which I am a member of their mailing lists. I am having a hard time understanding why any official state government email would end up on anyone's blacklist.
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