Mikael Posted May 13, 2004 Share Posted May 13, 2004 Hi. I have used the email system for over a year, and most of the time I am very pleased with it. Just not when my ISP gets listed. I understand how and why this has to be this way, but its still annoying, as all (not whitelisted) legitimate mail ends up in the held mail folder. And then I have been thinking..... What if the blacklist check ignores all the IP's that are verified in the mailhosts system? Legit mails will come through, and most spam will still be stopped based on their own IP address. The only downside will be that spam originating from my own ISP won't be stopped, but I would really prefer that if it means that legit emails can come through while my ISP is listed. The ideal situation is of course that my ISP doesn't get listed in the first place, but this isn't the reality So how about it? Is this a good idea, or haven't I got the slightest clue to what I'm talking about Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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