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  Reply # 833601 10-Jun-2013 15:24
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1080p: Would this simply be a case of switch the mail server IP till it is fixed?


You're being facetious. . . right?



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  Reply # 834079 11-Jun-2013 11:52
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Still don't see any announcement on your status page about the problem. Sometimes I wonder why ISPs have status pages, as they can save people a lot of time.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 834216 11-Jun-2013 14:20
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1080p: Would this simply be a case of switch the mail server IP till it is fixed?


You're being facetious. . . right?


whats stopping Vodafone from just using a different IP address on the mail server?







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  Reply # 834251 11-Jun-2013 14:48
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ubergeeknz:
1080p: Would this simply be a case of switch the mail server IP till it is fixed?


You're being facetious. . . right?


whats stopping Vodafone from just using a different IP address on the mail server?


I would think it would just get blacklisted again if they have got people on their network sending spam. The fix involves them stopping those spammers / people with malware that are sending spam.

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hamish225:
ubergeeknz:
1080p: Would this simply be a case of switch the mail server IP till it is fixed?


You're being facetious. . . right?


whats stopping Vodafone from just using a different IP address on the mail server?


last time i changed a mail ip address for work, we got black listed as it was an ip address never used for 5 year, then lots of email come from it, lots of spam filter went - this is not right - blacklisting - even with the right email setting for anti spam published for the domain (SPF record etc) - 2 week later we was off most after lots of headache and phoning x y & z to get it fixed.

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hamish225:
ubergeeknz:
1080p: Would this simply be a case of switch the mail server IP till it is fixed?


You're being facetious. . . right?


whats stopping Vodafone from just using a different IP address on the mail server?



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  Reply # 834308 11-Jun-2013 16:46
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hamish225:
ubergeeknz:
1080p: Would this simply be a case of switch the mail server IP till it is fixed?


You're being facetious. . . right?


whats stopping Vodafone from just using a different IP address on the mail server?




Normally you'd have to consider your IP reputation but in this case since they have already been blacklisted this must mean they have had some ongoing problems they have failed to resolve.

They could always outsource mail to Yahoo, I hear Telecom are having no problems with them at all.



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  Reply # 835784 12-Jun-2013 13:54
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They could always outsource mail to Yahoo, I hear Telecom are having no problems with them at all.


I haven't encountered yahoo getting blacklisted like this. Vodafone still don't look like they have got this fixed, and the still haven't got it on their network page, so no wonder their CSR don't know anything about it.

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