russjackman Posted February 2, 2004 Share Posted February 2, 2004 Hi, I had an email bounced back from one of my web design customers, stating in the header : (reason: 501 5.7.1 <???[at]russhosting.com>... Sender refused by the DNSBL bl.spamcop.net) The return/from address was my domain [at]russhosting.com, and was sent through my ISP mail server [at]execulink.com. What has me concerned is that (i) I've never sent an unsolicited email in my life (I'm in the internet business and know better), and (ii) I was trying to communicate time-critical site updates to a paying web design client. So, is it my domain (russhosting.com) or my ISP (execulink.com) that's been blocked, and how do we get it unblocked ASAP so I may communicate with my client? Alternately, who should my lawyer send a letter to? Russ Jackman Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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