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Thu Apr 3 15:15:02 UTC 2008
On 4/3/08, Fox, Thomas <tfox at expertsmi.com> wrote:
> In the last 10 days or so, ever since ORDB re-activated itself and blacklisted everything, we have had deliverability problems to:
> AT&T (the same as Bellsouth I think)
> Detroit Edison
> In the case of MSN and Hotmail, they told us they were using Symantec's Brightmail filtering system.
> So, does that mean Brightmail is not updating their system properly, or MSN/Hotmail is not updating their Brightmail?
> Seems like a huge waste of everyone's time because some LARGE network operators can't keep their stuff updated.
No data has ever suggested that ORDB is/was used by any of those
entities you list. It was a peripheral blacklist at best. Just as an
additional data point, the clients I work with have all been able to
deliver mail to the sites you mention successfully in that same time
Al Iverson on Spam and Deliverability, see http://www.spamresource.com
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