Days mail.com has been blacklisted

Discussion in 'Mail.com' started by jwriter, May 16, 2013.

  1. jwriter

    jwriter Valued Member

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    How to get them to respond to this issue?
     


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    jwriter Valued Member

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    Mail.com is consistently listed on the SORBS blacklist. Is there anything about mail.com that would cause a false listing? For example, do they use open relay or dynamically allocated DNS addresses? Or are they probably a real source of spam?

    This is from www(dot)sorbs(dot)net...

    "The SORBS (Spam and Open Relay Blocking System) provides free access to its DNS-based Block List (DNSBL) to effectively block email from more than 12 million host servers known to disseminate spam, phishing attacks and other forms of malicious email. The list typically includes email servers suspected of sending or relaying spam, servers that have been hacked and hijacked, and those with Trojan infestations. In an attempt to provide preemptive protection, SORBS also lists servers with dynamically allocated IP addresses. "
     

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