Sherlynn Posted August 26, 2004 Share Posted August 26, 2004 This is the first I have used this message board, and if I am in the wrong spot, please let me know. A friend of mine has a problem with her internet server, who is using spam Cop. She is a member of 14 yahoo groups, and once a month for usually 2-3 days her mail to the groups and from the groups do not get through to her or the groups she is in. Her internet company says it has to do with spam cop and it will work itself out. Well this month, it's been an ongoing problem for the last 3 weeks. She has been in touch with her isp's tech support, and last night they came out and told her there is nothing they can do to fix the problems and she will have to deal with it. I have also been in touch with her isp tech support and this is the response I got to my e-mail.... "Our company uses a system wide setup that is a DNS based list. Unfortunately we cannot make individual exceptions, or we certainly would. Even though this is an aggravation for customers that use yahoo groups, we have determined that the spam problem would be a much greater problem if we stopped using Spamcop all together. I will research a little farther to see if the folks at Spamcop have any other suguesstions for system wide setups." My friend is at her wits end. She is ready to leave all of her yahoo groups (which is her lifeline to people because she can't get out of her house). Does anyone know of a solution for her to be able to stay with her yahoo groups, and is there a solution for her internet company to allow yahoo groups without it being considered spam? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your assistance in advance Sherlynn Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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