Yosemite Posted June 14, 2005 Share Posted June 14, 2005 I use aplus.net for some web hosting and email services. I am getting smtp rejections more and more often lately. After going through the typical back and forth for a few days (they seem to always blame the clients firewall/anti-virus first) I finally got a tech who said something like: "Certainly you can understand that we cannot allow that kind of email to go through..." yet I am having a problem understanding. I applaud the fact that they have devoted resources to stopping spam from being generated by their customers (whether intentional, zombie, etc.) but it is in my way. I'll skip the speech about consent, not content and that this is legitimate email, etc., etc. But I am left thinking (selfishly, no doubt): would it really be that hard to change the filters? The impression I got is that it is their policy to refuse 'tweaking' their filters. Has anyone been through this with any service providers? Any ideas, suggestions how to address this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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