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# 16400 8-Oct-2007 11:08
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I just tried sending an e-mail to Telecom New Zealand and got a message back


You do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator.
            http://www.sorbs.net/lookup.shtml?203.97.37.64>






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  # 90065 8-Oct-2007 11:29
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I checked my IP address against SORB, mine came out clear. Perhaps it's only affecting part of the TCL's IP range?




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  # 90074 8-Oct-2007 12:00
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Ok. I'm using smtp.paradise.net.nz (203.97.33.229) and it passes DNS Stuff's spam database look up.




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  # 91129 15-Oct-2007 17:04
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I've had this problem, a year or two ago, trying to send a message to a friend in Slovakia. The only way to resolve it, since his ISP was not prepared to discuss their use of SORBS (Blackmailing pack of thieves) was to change ISP's. This he did. Problem solved.
Apparently it was caused by one computer in the address range (not mine) having been recognized as sending out bulk spam.



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  # 93854 5-Nov-2007 21:29
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Try sending it via a Hotmail account. Worked for me.

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  # 97696 30-Nov-2007 18:41
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I have a shared server in the US, that gets around problems with ISP systems.

 
 
 
 


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  # 97733 30-Nov-2007 21:52
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A friend complained that mail to me was rejected so I tried sending one myself using the Paradise SMTP server (I have a TCL cable connection).

Got this message

Reason: Rejection greeting returned by server.

  Diagnostic code: smtp;553 Connections are being blocked due to a high number of invalid recipients

  Remote system: dns;smtp-in.myrealbox.com (TCP|203.97.37.64|36332|72.8.126.134|25)


Wonder that means?

My receipient address was xxx@myrealbox.com




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  # 99135 9-Dec-2007 22:13
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This means that the remote mail server smtp-in.myrealbox.com is blocking the clear server 203.97.37.64 because of its Spam Blocking policys. ISPs such as Clear have multiple outbound MTA's so if you keep trying to send it should eventually go through as it is unlikely that all of there MTA's have been blocked....

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  # 99139 9-Dec-2007 22:20
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Gave up in the end and moved to the SMTP server of my mail provider instead.




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