swingspacers Posted January 27, 2005 Share Posted January 27, 2005 I received this from a webhosting company where I use my spamcop.net email address in my contact information. Thank you for contacting 1&1 I am wondering how you are receiving emails from 1&1 since your company are constantly blocking our email servers, can we use you as a contact to address these issues in the future? With regards to the issues below, this has been passed over to our domain admins to look at and respond through. If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact us. -- Sincerely, Richard Winslow Technical Support 1&1 Internet Inc I thought that Spamcop does not block any email sent to myemailaddress<at>spamcop.net. Even SpamAssassin and the filtering blacklists, which I have deactivated, would only send email to the Held Mail folder, but would not tell the sender that their message has been "blocked." Am I correct about that? My best guess is that they just don't know the difference between the Spamcop Blocking List, run by Ironport Systems, and the paid Spamcop email accounts, run by Corporate Email Systems. Is there a quick and easy way to explain this difference in situations like this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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