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  #543408 9-Nov-2011 23:19
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Yea mxtoolbox is what I use too.
And you're right that ip address is not blacklisted however that's not the ip address that was listed in the email bounce backs the clients have been getting, and that is still blacklisted, when I checked this afternoon.
It was another Vodafone ip address. I assume this is because they have more than one actual smtp server.

 
 
 

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Thanks for recommending our Monitoring Tool, it can also auto alert you for any TCP, HTTP, or server issues as well! We'd like to echo the statement that if email is important to you, you may consider implementing a 3rd party service. We do offer Business email services that include SMTP Services, so keep that in mind.

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  #587299 27-Feb-2012 12:23
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This problem has appeared again.
This time the Vodafone / ihug mail servers seem to be blacklisted with SpamCop.

This is the link in the bounce back emails my client is getting:
http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=blcheck&ip=203.109.136.32



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#587331 27-Feb-2012 13:11
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CYaBro: This problem has appeared again.
This time the Vodafone / ihug mail servers seem to be blacklisted with SpamCop.

This is the link in the bounce back emails my client is getting:
http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=blcheck&ip=203.109.136.32


Must be johnr sending out all his phishing emails again.

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