postmaster-Tim Posted August 26, 2005 Share Posted August 26, 2005 Ok, Awhile back, I started blocking a particular IP (18.104.22.168) as I noticed a steady flood of what appeared to be spam, being sent to at least one user on our mail server. The guy who is on this IP (which he appears to be locally addressed to us), actually phoned us to ask why he's being blocked. So I have his name, phone #, you name it. Funny thing is, I have not seen any attempt at legit email from this person's domains in our mail logs. Only entries for spammy emails. This guy has some balls to be calling us! The IP above when reported through Spamcop, goes into open relay testing. Lets say he has an open relay and does not know, then I can understand him asking why he's being blocked. However, with seeing no legit email attempts from this person, I'd say that the guy is lying through his teeth. Tim Update: Hmm, seems when submitted for testing as open relay: The host you submitted at ORDB.org (22.214.171.124), has been thoroughly checked, and does not seem to permit relaying. It comes back as not open relay. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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