leolund Posted March 31, 2004 Share Posted March 31, 2004 Yesterday I started recieving complaints from mail users inside our domain regarding emails blocked by SpamCop. The following is an example of text from the bounces: The destination system is currently not accepting any messages. Please retry at a later time. If that fails, contact your system administrator. <aspenx.aspenonnet.local #5.3.0 smtp;553 5.3.0 spam blocked see: http://spamcop.net/bl.shtml?220.127.116.11> I followed the URL and discovered that my ISP had set up the DNS records incorrectly: 18.104.22.168> is not a routeable IP address DNS error: has no reverse dns I subsequently have called the ISP and they made the requisite PRT record change. Hopefully this will be enough to get us delisted. Does this change eventually get detected, and will I be removed from the "bad" list in some specific time frame? Do I need to take any specific actions to get delisted? Please feel free to plug in my IP and/or domain info to any search utility that might help me correct any additional problems. We are not spammers and we are not listed in the Open Relay database. I thank you for your kind assistance in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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