xzr1tv Posted January 21, 2005 Share Posted January 21, 2005 Recently my ISP's inbound POP3 address have been appearing on the blocklist with the '2' code For example 184.108.40.206 listed in bl.spamcop.net (127.0.0.2) In looking there were 'others' in the same area with the problem. But the first time it happenned, many of the addresses had been 'clean' for 900+ days..... In an email exchange with a mailtech I came to find out that these are all INBOUND POP3 addresses at the ISP. The only mail they would send out is 'return to sender mail'. Evidently someone is sending out spam with a Spamcop 'poison pill' address as a sender.....and they 'bounce' it.... I then become a 'victim' because the mail from that INCOMING server goes to HELD mail. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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