paul.hunt Posted November 29, 2006 Share Posted November 29, 2006 I have a cable ISP, Charter.net, and they assign me a dynamic IP address. I send out my emails through smtp.charter.net. Lately my emails are getting blocked, through SpamCop and others, because 220.127.116.11 and its entire range are listed on dnsbl.sorbs.net. My ISP says it is my job to get that delisted. SORBS tells me they won't delist it because it IS a dynamic IP address (That's all they'll tell me. They ignore any further questions ) And now, perhaps coincidentally, none of my emails to anyone at Yahoo go through. ("Your message was not delivered within 0 days and 12 hours. Host yahoo.com is not responding.") So I'm confused. Like most users of cable or dial-up, I DO have a dynamic address. Apparently SORBS lists all known dynamic address ranges. So are we all doomed to be blocked? Or is my ISP doing something wrong? Or SORBS? Thanks, Paul Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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