AOL rejecting mail from IP's w/o reverse DNS ?
sean at donelan.com
Fri Dec 5 03:02:11 UTC 2003
On Thu, 4 Dec 2003, Tony Hain wrote:
> > Can you explain to the less hyperbolic among us, why I should be
> > obligated to exchange packets with a provider who hosts abusive
> > customers.
> Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer.
> That said, IMHO you are free to do what you want as an individual, but
> collusion by a group to block a provider (even one with abusive customers)
> smells a lot like restraint of trade.
Is this because the IP address you are using is listed in SORBS?
Received: from tndh.net (evrtwa1-ar8-4-65-030-212.evrtwa1.dsl-verizon.net
220.127.116.11 found in Dynamic IP Space (Cable, DSL & Dial Ups)
Address or Block 18.104.22.168 / 16
Information [Dynablock] Dynamic IP address, use your ISPs mail server
Entry Created Mon Nov 24 12:44:38 2003 GMT
Last Updated Mon Nov 24 12:44:38 2003 GMT
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