window8104 Posted June 14, 2005 Share Posted June 14, 2005 On Thursday, I left work for the weekend and left my work computer on and logged off (it is operated by a university). That evening I remote logged in to this computer from home. When I returned to work on Monday, I tried to email someone at an optonline address. My mail was returned and I found out that my IP address was listed on Dynablock, part of NJABL. The next morning I sent 2 emails from my home computer to the optonline address that I was blocked from at work. The first email went through. The second bounced back to me, telling me that my home IP address was also now listed on Dynablock. Can someone help me figure out what happened and how I can fix it? I'm guessing it can't be a problem with my ISP, because this happened to one computer of mine after another from 2 different ISPs. (My work ISP is a university, my home ISP is Comcast.) I was using the same university-operated email program to send email from both computers, if that helps. (The email program is called Mulberry, and it is operated by Carnegie Mellon University.) Thanks so much! I don't know what to do to fix this, since my ISPs can't help me and NJABL doesn't answer requests for help. I can list the 2 IP addresses in question if you need me to. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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