docsmooth Posted September 3, 2004 Author Share Posted September 3, 2004 WB / John - I strip all <scri_pt> tags from incoming email, and block emails with offsite image links (image linking can be whitelisted). This is done before the user can see the email, no matter how they access it. I've seen those tags in many places before, which is why I block those pieces outright. Outlook 2000 will render them just as well as any browser. Someone mentioned the 48 hour thing in my original post. I just want to clarify that statement: I waited 48 hours after being listed AND checking my outbound mail traffic for spam (tcpdump of past email, not queues). I'm guessing, based on (I think) Ellen's post, that I didn't go far enough back in my traffic - as far back as I went, there was no spam, because as far back as I went (1-2 days at the time), I must have already had been blacklisted. Because I didn't look far enough back in time, I didn't see any spam, and therefore originally assumed I was being BLed for NDRs (I've had a few complaints for that, and for our order confirmations). i'm still working on closing my NDR hole, but can't find much information regarding that on IIS6 yet. Not Exchange, Just IIS6 SMTP. Again, thanks all for your help - I'm continuing to monitor this thread (obviously) for anything else you say I don't want to miss. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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