Firevision Posted February 13, 2004 Share Posted February 13, 2004 Hi, We operate some mail forwarding servers. These servers only provide mail forwarding, and unless someone sends mail from the command line (which would be for testing purposes by an admin only, there are no other accounts on these boxes) all they do is forward mail. There isn't even a web server on the boxes, no insecure website form that could be used by a spammer to send spam. They are not used as a source of mail. They are checked regularly for open relays, and pass every time. Therefore they are not open relays either. It seems that they servers are listed in SpamCop's BlackList however. Query bl.spamcop.net - 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 is silver.firevision.net It appears that SpamCop is looking at the Received: headers, and simply listing all servers following that header as being a source of that spam, even though with a valid e-mail service such as e-mail forwarding, that will introduce two Received: headers, one of which has nothing to do with being the source of the spam at all! So how do we get a server removed from this blacklist? How do we even get to see the mails, or at least a message id, of the e-mails that caused the server to get listed? I'd appreciate any help or advice. I'd especially like for the server to be removed from the blacklist. Graham Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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