[SpamCop-List] Re: Blocked my forwards
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Sat Jul 9 14:47:48 EDT 2005
"Ed Hager" <edhager at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:dap1sg$89m$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> My hosting company's server showed up in bl.spamcop.net. The admin fixed
> the problem and the listing has expired. That's cool.
> My problem was that Spam Cop started blocking all of my e-mail because I
> forwarding e-mail from my host to Spam Cop. I have that mail server
> configured under the mailhost configuration page. It would be nice if I
> an option to accept all e-mail that comes from my own mail server. I know
> that I could end up getting some spam but loosing valid e-mails can be way
Terminology issue seems to be at issue here.
1. The MailHost Configuration only has ties to your
Reporting account / parsing.
2. I'm not aware of the SpamCop Filtered e-mail
system "blocking" anything. The incoming e-mail
that gets identified s "not worthy" gets moved to
one's Held Mail folder.
3. There is a "whitelist" function.
The Forum FAQ has a number of entries dealing
with filtering options you may want to look through.
It sounds like there may be more data there for you
to discover also ..
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