• Subject: Re: AS/400 TCP/IP Servers
  • From: "Bill Paris" <bparis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 20:37:16 -0400


-----Original Message-----
From: Brad Felber <poprpg@csepromo.com>
To: Midrange Mailing List <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Date: Tuesday, October 19, 1999 6:36 PM
Subject: AS/400 TCP/IP Servers
*snip*
>Also, the SMTP server.  I
>don't know if I had it set up wrong, but there are a few companies like
>fedex.com (small companies like that) that I couldn't send E-mail to.  it
>would refuse my connection.  I assume since these were all large companies,
>they have some sort of spam blocker, and thought I was spam.  so I told the
>400's SMTP server that I have a firewall, and send all of my E-mail to my
>ISP's e-mail router. and viola, I could send E-mail to everywhere. Has
>anyone else had these problems?


Humm...   Perhaps it's because your AS/400, www.xxx.59.241 allows 3rd party
mail forwarding. But I don't see its address listed in any of the major
lists like ORBS or MAPS. Wierd...   In the meantime I suggest that you setup
3rd party blocking on the 400 before the spammers find your machine.

Bill Paris
Sorrento Cheese Co., Inc.
716-823-6262 x376
bparis@sccmail.com


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