Tommy Posted September 22, 2006 Share Posted September 22, 2006 I got a message this morning via a spamcop reports address. Despite sending hundreds of reports a day, I don't get very many responses EVER -- even form letters -- so I was especially surprised by this one because they think I'm a SpamCop administrator. I DON'T intend to respond to it directly, but is there an official way to hit them with a clue-stick? Should I forward this to the Deputies or just ignore it figuring the ISP will eventually figure it out? Subject: IP being blacklisted again without a proper reason given!!! From: abuse[at]webserver.com.my Dear SpamCop support, We found that our mail server ip range from 202.190.202.xx has been blacklisted quite often nowadays. And we are unable to find out what is the cause of the IP being blacklisted as there are not much information provided for example at this URL, http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=blcheck&...=220.127.116.11. Therefore, could you please help us to whitelist this range of IP? Could you also tell us the reason why our mail server IP has been blacklisted so often nowadays? Kindly response to us soonest possible as this is affecting our business. Thank you for your co-operation. Committed to serve, Support Team Sheryl support[at]webserver.com.my www.WebServer.Com.My Honest, Reliable and Responsive Web Host ================================== Tel: +603-2032 2263, +603-2711 2263 Fax: +603-2031 0263 Extended Hour Support: +603-2031 2813 =================================== Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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