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  1. OK - most of my mail goes to an address (rdillman[at]ticopa.com) on a domain I rent from WebsiteProviders.com. That address forwards to SPAMCop. A test message sent directly to my spamcop.net account went through OK, so maybe my ticopa.com domain is being blocked for some reason. I looked at the header of a message from adc.apple.com that was forwarded through rdillman[at]ticopa.com. The spamcop data is: X-spam-Status: hits=1.4 tests=DATE_IN_PAST_48_96,HTML_MESSAGE,SARE_MILLIONSOF, SARE_UNI version=3.1.1 X-SpamCop-Checked: X-SpamCop-Disposition: Blocked bl.spamcop.net and show up in all of the blocked messages that I checked. I'm assuming that they're the blocked IPs. My ticopa.com IP address is: 216.xx.x.xx. So it's not my personal domain that's the problem...? Can you tell me where to find the SCBL (spamcop block list, right?). I'm guessing that I need to find out who these belong to and then contact the ISP.
  2. Early on Sept. 20th, for no reason that I can find, mail stopped arriving in my Inbox. I sent some test messages and finally located them and the rest of my mail in the HeldMail box. (Thanks to a reply in the "Webmail Down?" post.) I did a release on one of my test messages and it moved to the InBox. So I'm going through manually and sorting things out. But can anyone tell me how to reset the system or whatever I need to do to get back to the normal state? (I design websites and write code, so I generally understand what's going on here - but in the three years I've used SpamCop I've never fiddled with the controls ... )
  3. Every now and then I get an email from an ISP somewhere notifying me of an email that cannot be delivered (usually "adresee unknown"). But, these are not emails that I have sent - so someone is using my address as part of their spamming. Is there a way to report this? Should I bother to try? (Apologies if these are simpleminded questions.)
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