[SpamCop-List] Re: Submiting Via Yahoo Mail
BNRAGMAOKKXT at spammotel.com
Tue Dec 6 20:58:28 EST 2005
Vanguard on 06/12/2005 wrote:
>Is NTL blocking your outbound e-mails to SpamCop? Or is NTL blocking the
>inbound e-mails with SpamCop's response and URL link (for you to complete
It's blocking outbound to SpamCop, no submissions are received by SpamCop.
>If NTL has a spam filter on your inbound e-mails, do they let YOU opt in
>to it? Having a spam filter that doesn't let the user choose to enable or
>disable it is a disservice to users. It is up to YOU as to whether you
>want ANY mails tagged and handled as spam.
I can turn it on or off, no other options.
>Since NTL has the option to spam tag inbound mails, they probably also
>have a whitelist function. So add SpamCop's e-mail address or domain to
>your server-side whitelist.
No Whitelist functions available, that's the first thing I explored when
it started happening.
>POP3 is used to RECEIVE mails, not send them. So while you may have POP3
>access to receive mails from your Yahoo account, like the SpamCop response
>with the URL link to complete your submission at SpamCop's web form,
>perhaps you are still using NTL's SMTP server to send your mails to
OK, I got it the wrong way around and it should have been SMTP. However,
Yahoo mail *is* going through Yahoo servers not NTL servers, mail client
is set up correctly for this.
It's tending to be more sparodic at present, could be just a major hiccup
with Yahoo, hence why I asked original question of whether anyone else is
having this problem.
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