[SpamCop-List] Re: IP blocked
MikeE at ster.invalid
Tue Mar 21 14:36:08 EST 2006
> I have some problems with SPAMCOP.
> Few weeks ago I've register on SPAMCOP to send some spam mails I've
> recived. From that day I have problems with spamcop (my ip is
> blacklisted). :(
The best way to talk about a listed IP is to name it -- so that way any
discussion doesn't have to play some kind of sleuth to talk about the
> I've stop sending emails free days ago. But today someone probalye
> blacklisted me, so all my costumers have trobles. Can you tell me how
> to contact them to restart my listening.
Generally IPs which are SC blocklisted are not mistakes but spamsources.
It is possible for a reporter to foolishly report hir own provider and
for spamreporting to cause the provider to be SCbl listed.
Here's some information for discussion about Croatian IPs in your range.
You are currently posting from 126.96.36.199 rDNS dh75-215.xnet.hr
which isn't listed, but which shows a big increase in senderbase
Its MX is mail.xnet.hr DNS 188.8.131.52 which also isn't SCbl listed
and also shows an increase in senderbase.
Other IPs in that family which are active in mail output are:
184.108.40.206 dh83-59.xnet.hr CBL
220.127.116.11 dh70-200.xnet.hr CBL
18.104.22.168 dh71-158.xnet.hr SCBL
22.214.171.124 dh73-46.xnet.hr CBL
CBL means that IP is listed in that blocklist for hitting spamtraps and
looking like a proxytrojan
SCbl means that IP is SC blocklisted.
So clearly some of your IPs which have significant output also have
kibitzer, not SC admin
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