StevenUnderwood Posted May 21, 2006 Share Posted May 21, 2006 You say you have a right not to get spam. That's nice. I have a right to send email! How about that! You are not having any problems sending your mail. You are having issues getting it received. Mail server admins have the right to accept or reject any message for any reason. Our server, our rules. I could reject any message that came from a .com address if I wanted to and there is nothing the sender can do but complain to me and try to make me change that rule. My bosses on the other hand could do plenty If I read one of your last posts properly (that you sent yourself a message that was rejected), then one of your ISP's (the receiving one) is also using spamcop to reject messages. Please let them know that is not the reccomended way to use the spamcop list. Most understand this but find spamcop trustworthy enough to continue using it in a blocking fashion. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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