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  1. Ok. Thank you all for your help. Sorry for being such a pain in the butt.
  2. There is no connection between me and Doug Swingle, although I have heard of him.. I think I understand all of this now. I'm glad its not a problem on our end. Although the people at jmcclainco say its not their problem either, they don't have anything set up to block spam supposedly. I'll attribute that to user ignorance though. Would it be safe to tell my users to set up a yahoo, hotmail, gmail, etc mail account to use when emailing jmcclainco, or is there a chance that would be blocked also?
  3. This is all I have, the actual body of the message is empty. from mail.freeservers.com ([10.133.22.1]) by pop.communityarchitect.com (v1.106) with ESMTP id (D587D182AF2F8AEE) for <thillenv[at]hillenvale.com>; Tue, 11 Jan 2005 11:11:42 -0700 Received: from pop.communityarchitect.com (unknown [10.133.22.1]) by mail.freeservers.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id 8D3BE600052 for <thillenv[at]hillenvale.com>; Tue, 11 Jan 2005 11:11:42 -0700 (MST) Undeliverable: <pop.directnic.com> <thillenv[at]hillenvale.com> <tmoyer[at]jmcclainco.com>550 5.7.1 Mail from blaze1.lax.untd.com (64.136.29.16) refused (blackholed by bl.spamcop.net); Blocked - see http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml?64.136.29.16 Message-Id: <20050111181142.8D3BE600052[at]mail.freeservers.com> Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 11:11:42 -0700 (MST) From: MAILER-DAEMON To: undisclosed-recipients:;
  4. You got it backwards. I work for Hillenvale. You are right, one user is using the webmail. However, I was informed that another user using Outlook Express emailng the same company is having problems also. So basically, we use webmail on freeservers, freeservers uses Juno, so the receiving server see's that juno is bad, and blocks the email. Am I right so far? So EVERYONE who uses Juno is getting their email blocked. Wonderful spam prevention you got there. So if someone using road runner starts spamming, i could find my road runner email blocked. God help Hotmail and Yahoo email users.
  5. Well, WE are the people sending the message, and we have Road Runner for our ISP. So yea, I still don't see the juno connection.
  6. So what do I need to do to get this email to work? Thats all I am really after. I am all for spam prevention, but it seems like spamcop is taking things a little too far.
  7. It is a shared email server. We have our domain name and website at www.freeservers.com (A paid package, even though the name implies its free) We get as many email accounts as we want, and set up our pop servers as mail.freeservers.com I have no idea where Juno comes into all this???? So I should contact freeservers.com and tell them our email is getting blocked? That increase in usage...thats for a shared server somewhere out there and not specifically one of our addresses, right?
  8. A company I work for is having all their emails to another company be blocked by spamcop. They get a blank message back from MAILER-DAEMON with an undeliverable header. It reads: <pop.directnic.com><thillenv[at]hillenvale.com> <tmoyer[at]jmcclainco.com>550 5.7.1 Mail from blaze1.lax.untd.com (64.136.29.16) refused (blackholed by bl.spamcop.net);Blocked - see http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml?64.136.29.16 I have no idea why this is happening. hillenvale.com IP address is not blocked. Our host isn't blocked (www.freeservers.com) their mail server isn't blocked, jmcclainco.com isn't blocked, and the IP listed in the header from this untd.com place isn't blocked. This is important business related email that has always gone through in the past. Why is it suddenly being blocked by a program I have never heard of until today? Thanks!
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