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Re: AOL Mail Problem

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Thu Jul 27 09:12:05 2006
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On 7/27/06, Tom Quilling <[email protected]> wrote:
so the suspicion is, that AOL is blocking whole ranges..
may be a postmaster of them is on this list....

You'll find them pretty easy to reach - contact information, phone #, email addresses etc on their postmaster site.

One added extra that we have (not aol, as far as I have seen) is a
spamblock query page .. go to and query your IPs there,
the ones that AOL is blocking.  See what you get.