vzinchenko Posted December 5, 2006 Share Posted December 5, 2006 Hello. Second Monday in a row starts with a headache, unfortunately not because of hot drink-n-party weekends, but because of users complaints that their e-mails won't reach recepients... Ahhh, blacklisted again! Man, I'm really gonna make http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=checkblo...p=18.104.22.168 my browser startpage one day! Last week (when blacklisted first time) I've doublescanned every computer here in LAN for trojans, the server, analyzed logs and... Found nothing! But those spam traps addresses make me sick. All about these bounces I guess... But why should I configure my system to do not send out failed delivery status notifications? It is not prohibited to send those! If the reason is "Do so to do not get blacklisted by us", my answer is bold fat NO. I don't know much about your spamtraps, but could you make them a bit more intelligent, so they analyze what they receive - real spam or just a bounced notifications due to forged FROM? I think the meaning of spam traps to identify spammers, so make them act acordingly! If they identify bounces as spam then it's nothing, but fake. Use smart stuff or don't use it at all. That's the same problem as false spam reporting. Fortunately, I have another SMTP in my net, so I put all outgoing e-mail traffic through that (surprisingly still) "clean" server. But what I see today? Countdown timer to make my poor 22.214.171.124 clean is restarted and counting again from 24 hours to 0. Since all the outgoing mail goes now through another machine, I'm wondering how is that possible? I've expected to get out of BL today, as nothing is sent from the BL'd IP now. But instead, 24 hours countdown again... All that makes me sick... Everything was working for more than 2 years already, but these 2 weeks just a complete headache. I'm completely lost. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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