Open Letter to Rev: Quality Is Job #1
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Mon Nov 6 05:54:20 CST 2006
Yep, I've used those. In some cases you can submit a request to
re-submit the query for removal from the blacklists, this is especially
helpful if a client has had an open relay.
Bill Marriott wrote:
>> The most common cause for this is when a whole range of IP addresses is
>> blacklisted by one of the various "watchdog" groups on the net. Some
>> places will blacklist an entire range of IP addresses rather than take the
>> time to identify the IP of a single spammer. (Some providers have gone as
>> far as blocking whole countries.) This is completely unfair, but it
>> happens. There is no easy way for the sender (in this case, Runtime) to
>> know where the block is or who initiated it.
> Actually that's not true; there are multiple resources to check if your IP
> is listed:
> I know there's more but those are a good start.
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