snowolfe Posted November 14, 2005 Share Posted November 14, 2005 Ok here's the situation. I have about 8 mailcleaners (filters for spam) that deliver mail to my clustered pop server. The pop server uses spamcop for blocking mail on about 300 or 400 domains that are not filtered. This morning, out of the blue, two of my cleaners were suddenly listed, thus making my pop server reject mail from them. Now... these are not open relays, and if you look at our ip block (220.127.116.11/24) you can clearly see that we have a very low rate of complaints. Now... If a person off our network reports a mail to spamcop... it has our filters in the header... and your system does not seem to properly distinguish the filters from the original source. How do we keep this from happening? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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