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Am Donnerstag, 17. Februar 2005 19:59 schrieb Martin Blapp:
It is possible to get whitelisted at spamcop.net
Good to know...
Any provider can call them (as we did) and tell them
should whitelist the providers MX-Ranges. Since we did that,
we have no longer problems (we are not listed there over 8 month)
Since we got
blacklisted by them last week because of their misconfigured
spamtraps, I'd be very happy to know how you managed it.
It would be very useful if you could provide the way how you did it, since I
get back only stupid mails from them which try to explain, that getting out
of the spam-list is possible only once.
Btw: Marcel (from Genotec): IMHO it makes no sense to block because of only
one blacklist. Tagging and using more than one blacklist would be much
better. I advice this mostly because of the fact, that all mail from our
mailserver which was addressed to your customers has been blocked by your
mailservers in that time where we had the trouble (see above) with Spamcop.
Maybe you want to think about it ;-)
Mit freundlichen Grüssen
CH-9015 St. Gallen
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