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Aug 3, 2012, 2:19 PM
Post #2 of 2
Correction: It's cable.comcast.com (not .net) and it turns out that
Re: Looking for MX clue at cable.comcast.net
[In reply to]
that is the domain used by comcast employees not customers. our mail
gets delivered to comcast customers just fine, just not to comcast
I have to say that the tier 1 person I talked to was fairly clueful
regarding possible issues delivering to comcast customers, but she
didn't have any knowledge about the employee domain.
If postmaster [at] cable sees this, please give me a call:
435.636.0069. I'd like to get this resolved ASAP.
On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 2:19 PM, Elliot Finley <efinley.lists [at] gmail> wrote:
> When I try to us the automated form to unblock my server's IP I get:
> We have received your request for removal from our inbound blocklist.
> After investigating the issue, we have found that the IP you provided
> for removal is currently not on our blocklist.
> We need the IP address currently blocked to further investigate this
> issue. The IP address is a number separated by decimals and is located
> in an error code starting with "550" in the returned email from
> Please verify the IP(s) and resubmit your request to
> and yet I consistently get:
> Remote host said: 554 Transaction Failed Spam Message not queued.
> when trying to send any email from the above mentioned IP.
> Please contact me via efinley at emerytelcom.com (from a non comcast
> address so I can email you back)
> or directly @ 435.636.0069