[amsat-bb] Re: remailer
ko6th.greg at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 20:20:57 PDT 2013
A "550" response is usually because the remailer's spam filter (or more
specifically, the service the remailer contracts with to provide that
filtering function) thinks your email is coming from a source known to
be a provider of spam. My experience with these filters is that they
are incredibly crude, often rejecting all email from a particular
provider, legitimate or otherwise. Yes, they block spam, but there's a
lot of non-spam that gets swept up with it too. Not their concern,
apparently, as they did block the spam...
Often these lists get corrected without (additional) intervention,
either because of the outcry from others, or an alert staff. If not,
you will need to contact your provider and let them know that you are
being blocked. They will need the email header information, where the
specific spam filter contact information is usually located. I've not
had much luck getting things cleared up with the filtering service on my
Jim Sanford wrote:
> Anything up with the remailer? Just got a bounce on 2 emails I sent
> to somebody @amsat.org:
> host inbound.ucsd.edu[126.96.36.199]:
> 550 #5.7.1 Your access to submit messages to this e-mail system has
> been rejected.
> Thanks & 73,
> wb4gcs at amsat.org
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