Hostricity Posted March 26, 2004 Share Posted March 26, 2004 Here's my problem: I have a web hosting customer who was accused of spamming when he did nothing. My upstream provider claims that they cannot move my customer back to the regular server farm because they claim "SpamCop will block our severs" if they do. First, I don't see anyplace where SpamCop is maintaining a list of domain names. Does SpamCop maintain such a list? If my customer's website is listed by SpamCop, how do I get my customer de-listed? If you are interested, here are the gory details: A website owner spammed by sending out his home page as a spam email. This website has a letters to the editor section on the homepage. Someone wrote in and asked, "What can you tell me about this airplane crash?" The editor of the website responded, "There's an article about this at www.MyCustomersWebsite.com/PageOfInterest" Funny thing is that "PageOfInterest" isn't even a page on my customer's website - It is a page that WAS on my customers' site 2 years ago, but, was deleted before he moved his hosting to my company. Imagine if I put a comment on my website homepage such as "I had to change my domain name and hosting company because I like to spam and I got listed at www.spamcop.net" and then spammed by sending out my homepage. SpamCop could endup in the spammer databases under the criteria used to block my customer. My customer has been moved to a special spam farm at my upstream provider. This farm is not as reliable as the regular server farm and it is hurting my customer's business. Geoff Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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