gjhurlbu at gmail
Mar 24, 2012, 10:10 PM
Post #5 of 8
On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 9:59 PM, George Nassas <gnassas [at] mac> wrote:
> It could be but they were solid for 7 years and list volumes were much much higher during a lot of that time. I guess if there was a mismatch between the sending server's IP and what's in DNS that could merit some bouncing.
There was no mismatch.
> I realize this has nothing to do with development but I'm currently suspended in -users due to bounces (again). I'll wait a day for whatever Chris restored to propagate out and reenable delivery again.
Go ahead and re-enable again. If it disables you again, complain to
Apple. There's nothing we can do to get them to stop acting
anti-socially. They are depending on an RBL that is stupid and
doesn't know the difference between a mailing list and spam, and
although I've sent the RBL a request to unlist us, I have gotten no
response, and don't really expect one. RBLs are a law unto
themselves, and any mail provider that uses them should be ashamed of
themselves, they are only doing their users a disservice in the long
However, we are delivering mail from a different server now, so it may
take some time before the idiotic RBLs decide this IP is bad too.
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