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NormanS
I gave her time to steal my mind away
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San Jose, CA
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reply to tpella

Re: Bounced back email "detected as spam"

A side-by-side comparison with one of my Delivery Failure Notices leaves me with questions.

What outbound mail server are you using?

Nearly as I can tell, your outbound email is going out from [206.46.173.13:57872], where the number after the colon is the port number used, and delivery is attempted to [206.188.198.64:25]. The sending IP address, [206.46.173.13], is listed by the SORBS DNSBL, which is, apparently, used by the receiving IP address, [206.188.198.64]. The result code is shown as, [127.0.0.6], but it looks like I need to sign up a SORBS account to learn the significance of that result.
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Norman
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum



tpella

@verizon.net

I straight up use Verizon netmail. No Outlook or anything. The intended receiver swares it's not from their end.



tpella

@verizon.net
reply to NormanS

I email straight from Verizon webmail.



tschmidt
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reply to tpella

Agree with NormanS See Profile it appears the 206.46.173.13 IP is blacklisted by Sorbs, but not by any other blacklist service.

»mxtoolbox.com/SuperTool.aspx?act···6.173.13

Just to double check go to »www.whatismyip.com/ to verify you IP address.

Since the reject message asks to reformat the message have you tried that? Leave the numbers off the subject line and do a simple test message and see what happens.

SNMP error 554 is kind of a generic "we don't like it."

/tom



tpella

@verizon.net

Thanks to both of you. We've gotten further here than I have in months with Verizon customer service.

I have "applied" to my IP removed from the blacklist.

And I did try sending just a "test" email, but it bounced back as well.

One interesting thing I've discovered: if I go to the old version of Verizon netmail (vs. the new version, webmail), my email sends. That's the work around I'm using for now.