Often these things are automated decisions based on pre-determined
criteria, often simple volume. One of our customer sends a TON of mail,
nearly 100% of it is by subscription. No matter, they get black listed
routinely because 'you send us too much mail all at once.' so you must
be a spammer. Try to explain that we actually send our outboud mail
through a barracuda spam firewall to make sure we aren't sending crud or
viruses and they won't even listen. Some providers (AOL chief amount
them) will not even talk to us any more. They will only talk to THEIR
subscribers to get us off their list. So this problem with midrange-l
doesn't surprise me a whit.
Chuck Lewis wrote:
UNREAL - how the HECK to they make a mistake like that ? !
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces+chuck.lewis=leesupply.net@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of David Gibbs
Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 8:55 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: *** ADMIN: Users of ATT.net email
This message only applies to people who use ATT.NET for email.
Due to a screwup at ATT.NET, they had included my mail servers in their
RBL. This resulted in mail not being delivered, to subscribers using
ATT.NET, for the past few days.
I've contacted ATT.NET to get the problem resolved ... and in the
meantime, I have a workaround that should get mail delivered.