Is it typical for Hotmail to keep a block up for two weeks or is that just the treatment they give repeat offenders? If they have a three strikes rule and we get another compromised CES mail customer, well I guess that would be the end of that wouldn't it?
So in two months, a CESMail or Spamcop user has had their account comprised and as a result mail originating from CESMail/Spamcop IP's is now being widely blocked. So can someone explain to me what the value of having a spamcop.net address is if I can't send mail to a growing list of addresses? Is it too much to make sure that customers have strong passwords because as far as I can tell it only took two to make this service virtually USELESS.