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From: "W. David Samuelsen" <>
Subject: Re: [LO] Multiple bounces, different ISPs, different reasons, same message?
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 23:02:35 -0600
References: <email@example.com> <OE157rYcppQXXsTzrpZ0001445f@hotmail.com>
watch for this code "550/openrelay". If it is not listed as such,
then it is not openrelay but a screwed up message.
Sharyn Hay wrote:
> > csrlink.net is blocking RootsWeb list mail because they think RootsWeb has an
> > open relay (open relays are bad and allow spammers to relay mail through the
> > servers). RootsWeb does *not* have an open relay and we have been through
> > this same problem a couple times before with these ISPs that were bought by
> > earthlink--sprynet and mindspring are also bouncing for the same reason.
> > The only thing you can do with these is notify the subscriber privately and
> > let him know to write to the openrelay address earthlink lists on the bounces
> > to resolve the issue. Let the subscriber know that earthlink is in error and
> > that RootsWeb does NOT have an open relay.
> > Joan
> The specific question on this message was different ISPs, different reasons given,
> all in the same message? How can that be unless they are all one company using
> different domain names?
> However, re the open relay issue, several days ago I asked about it on the
> HelpDesk and this was the entire reply:
> "If you do anything, it will be for you to complain to the ISP that takes
> your money and then rejects your mail.
> Obviously, there is nothing WE can do, since we've already been labeled
> the bad guy. Why would they listen to us?"
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|Re: [LO] Multiple bounces, different ISPs, different reasons, same message? by "W. David Samuelsen" <>|