HostAdore Posted November 13, 2006 Share Posted November 13, 2006 Hi SpamCop, A client of mine recently said "What's wrong with the mail? My clients say that they have not received my latest business proposal!" With just that to go on, I started to determine why mail was not going through. I asked them what mail they were sending to and sent a test mail from their server. Lo and Behold their server is listed on a SpamCop BlackList! The client is on a shared server with a lot of other sites. (they are changing the server in 2 weeks - but again to another shared server). There were 10 spam reports in the last 144 days. The server will be delisted in 20 hours. But, I think it is likely that there is a spammer on this server sending spam to a SpamCop client, so more than likely that the server will be black listed as soon as it is delisted. Is there a way of determining who is sending the spam that is causing problems for this server? I could then lobby for this client to be thrown off the server if is really is spam they are sending. (The server IP is 220.127.116.11). Thanks for helpin! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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