From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 23 2003 - 10:41:27 EDT
From: "Asmus Freytag" <email@example.com>
Sorry if I can't answer to you personnally, your mail server refuses my message, saying that my ISP's SMTP server is an open-relay (already tested many times, by many members like me who suscribe to anti-spam groups and services like SpamCop). As I don't know which blacklist your ISP uses for this detection, I can't do anything to solve this issue. Your ISP just says it is the "RBL", but when I check it, the SMTP servers of my ISP are not listed there (only a few dialup IP are listed, but these issues can't be closed with some blacklists which require using a procedure that is technically impossible to apply, such as solving the issue from the exact same IP address)...
Probably a collateral damage (or an old non updated entry in your blacklist, or a too large IP block).
I won't bother others with a longer message, this was just for your information Asmus, as you should know that you can't receive messages back from people to which you can write, even when the message you should have received is sollicitated by a previous private message and not bulk... This may cause you some problems with correspondants that can't reach you. So if you have details about which DNSBL your ISP uses, you can write to me privately.
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