TWFarrington Posted April 1, 2004 Share Posted April 1, 2004 Hello, The Background I am a newbie to the world of email blocking. I work for a small company of 22 users and we were receiving only about 100-200 junk emails a day ... for us, this represents about 50% of our email. We are using Norton Antivirus for SMTP Gateways, and just this week began using the blocking feature with SpamCop ... and I love it. It is grabbing about 90% of our spam. The Problem We have our own mail domain name and email server (Exchange 2003); it is hosted by Road Runner. Today I set up our primary Road Runner account to forward any email (directed to the Road Runner account) to be delivered to the administrator account at our domian. I sent an email to our Road Runner account to see if would be forwarded properly, and the item was marked as spam and dropped. I am not sure why an email being sent from my domain, to an external address (Road Runner), then being routed back to our domain would be identified as spam. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks, Tom Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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