Re: [NTO] problems with domain being flagged as spam source
I thought that if you are emailing them you can ask for a receipt of some
sort, the other thing if there all on the same provider and you hit with 50
or 100 emails they may complain ??
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV" <mike@...>
Cc: "Al" <acummingsus@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 10, 2011 12:53 AM
Subject: Re: [NTO] problems with domain being flagged as spam source
> On 9/8/2011 11:16 PM, Al wrote:
>> Axel Berger wrote:
>> > Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV wrote:
>> >> most of the recipients on my list have not heard of
>> >> and do not know what RSS is.
>> > It is no full substitute anyway. If I were a recipient, I'd want to
>> > filter your posts into a separate folder and keep them in my mailbase.
>> > can only read RSS in a browser and archiving is no realistic option.
>> > is a nice heads-up for changes on blogs and websites but no
>> > to lists or mail.
>> Receive your rss as email: (have your cake and eat it too)
> Interesting, but to complicated at this point.
>> rss also is for "news" ie get news delivered right to your desktop.
>> (akin to a news channel). Does he not email out "news" concerning
>> recent/new epic road trips?
>> A Google search of "rss versus email":
>> I've used some of what are called rss client / rss reader on Linux (they
>> have 'em for Windows too) that behave very much akin to a powerful email
>> program or application. These can filter into other folder and kept in
>> article base (just like mail base, news base, or whatever you want to
>> call it). These be full blown, state of the art, rss client / rss reader
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Mike wrote:
>I recently rec'd this from one of the recipients:I don't know if this tool is any good (and if it got your mail
>"Had another bounce issue. Jason of Labs finds it an amusing case. The
>ERT posts score so high on the Spam-o-Meter that even putting the
>sending domain on the "White list" (which is worth 100 points) doesn't
>rescue the messages. He said he would write a special rule."
>"Labs" is the ISP and the "ERT posts" are the messages I send out.
>The all contain the domain http://epicroadtrips.us/
>My question is this. How can I determine if this is an isolated incident
>or more widespread?
server's IP address right), but it actually says you are listed on
one spam list. Your clear on the others. Got the same result at
another site I tried, so it's probably correct. You can click the
link there to get some more information.
No, I don't know what to do. Contact them maybe. Or ask your host.
They should know what to do about things like this.