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Re: Problems sending Emails



jpb entel ca wrote:
<snip>

<xxxxxxxx aol com>:
64.12.222.197 does not like recipient.
Remote host said: 550 MAILBOX NOT FOUND
Giving up on 64.12.222.197.

I'am having only problems with emails to aol.com. I'm sbcglobal.net.

Well this explains a lot, you are sending to AOL (a problem email
provider) from or through Prodigy (another problem email provider). Not
much you can do about that if it is the source of your problem.

Things you could check, though, is whether your ISP or one of its email
servers have become blacklisted. This can be really difficult, as there
are a lot of blacklists out there and some of them are private ones that
you can't even check to see if you or your ISP have been put on them. AOL
and other providers have been known to throw 550 errors when incoming mail
is blacklisted, to throw spammers off.

This is curious here, what does Yahoo have to do with Prodigy/SBCGlobal?

X-Mailer: YahooMailWebService/0.7.289.1
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 07:25:31 -0700 (PDT)
From: James E Tate <xxxxxx sbcglobal net>
Reply-To: xxxxxxx sbcglobal net
Subject: test
To: xxxxxxx aol com
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
boundary="0-2110308200-1241015131=:74692"

Also, why is the Reply-To address different from the From address? If you
are a spammer trying to get the community to solve your problem, be ready
to get bombarded right off the internet, because that will really piss
people off. Not saying you are, after all there are certainly legitimate
reasons for doing this.


No i.m not a spammer, but some of the emails I'm sending are Forwarded and they could have spam in them.


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