Bruce; I sent a message to paul, but no answer. Not even sure any messages from amsat.org are getting to me at all.
On 12/16/2013 5:45 PM, Bruce wrote:
might you deal with the administrator, paul, kb5mu. i am sure talking with him might be more fruitful than a lot of messages back and forth on the amsat-bb.
i am sure all it takes is one spam message sent to the bb and the domain will be caught and treated as a spam site.
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I am still not receiving daily digests since Nov 26. Apparently SPAMCOP has blacklisted it repeatedly. Who is the adminstrator for AMSAT.ORG?
www.amsat.org Whois: ISP University of California, San Diego
220.127.116.11 listed in bl.spamcop.net (127.0.0.2)
If there are no reports of ongoing objectionable email from this system it will be delisted automatically in approximately 23 hours.
Causes of listing
- System has sent mail to SpamCop spam traps in the past week (spam traps are secret, no reports or evidence are provided by SpamCop)
- SpamCop users have reported system as a source of spam less than 10 times in the past week
Additional potential problems (these factors do not directly result in spamcop listing)
- Too many delisting requests were made. Next request might be allowed after 5.0 days
Because of the above problems, express-delisting is not available Listing History In the past 20.1 days, it has been listed 6 times for a total of 18.4 days Dispute Listing If you are the administrator of this system and you are sure this listing is erroneous, you may request that we review the listing. Because everyone wants to dispute their listing, regardless of merit, we reserve the right to ignore meritless disputes. Dispute listing of 18.104.22.168 http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=dispute;ip=22.214.171.124
On 12/15/2013 6:42 AM, Alan wrote:
This is a problem which has been around for some time, and is
getting worse. Small ISPs, and some
larger ones, use spam control programs such as Spam Cop and Iron
Key. They have various ways of
detecting spam sources, and these are blocked at the ISP level, so
you never see the messages sent to
you. Unfortunately they block entire domains, such as AMSAT.ORG,
usually for 24 hours unless the
block is reset. If your ISP is blocked, you have about a 50-50
chance of getting a bounce message
when you send a message.
I have to get my internet from a small rural phone company, and
eventually had to give up on using
their email. Their domain was frequently blocked, so I never knew
whether email would go through.
When I found out about a problem, I could contact their tech people
who were good about fixing it, but
the same thing might happen the next day. I finally moved to Gmail,
which is so huge no one would
dare block them, and they have resources to handle incoming spam.
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