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Re: Any help for Yahoo! Mail arrogance?
On 10/30/07, Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET <[email protected]> wrote: > > On Oct 29, 2007 11:01 PM, Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET <[email protected]> wrote: > > > > > "Fix your forwarding a lot better". Not sure what this > > > means. My machines are MX's for the clients domain. They > > > accept it, and either forward it around locally to one of the > > > processing MX's or ARE one one of the processing MX's. Its > > > > Yes, that's just how forwarding and .forwards work. > > > > And if you mix inbound email (much dirtier than outbound email even if > > you run a secure shop) into a mail stream that includes email sent out > > by your clients, you potentially have random botnet spam, spam from > > sbl listed spammers etc (in other words, a lot of "block on sight" > > stuff) leaking through your IP, the same IP that a bunch of your other > > customers use to mail out to their aunt mary on yahoo. > > > AH, I see the confusion. We are a managed server hosting > company, not a Cable/DSL/T#/Dialup provider. The only way mail gets > sent out of here is Webmail, FormMail and Mail exploder. So no mail would ever be coming inbound and then being forwarded on? That seems...unlikely. > I'm pretty sure > none of our systems have been compromised and forwards mail that we > don't know about. Yet your sending IP reputation is poor.... Regards, Al Iverson -- Al Iverson on Spam and Deliverability, see http://www.spamresource.com News, stats, info, and commentary on blacklists: http://www.dnsbl.com My personal website: http://www.aliverson.com -- Chicago, IL, USA Remove "lists" from my email address to reach me faster and directly.