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Hello,

Trying to figure out what the criteria is for getting a domain listed in
sa-blacklist.current, and more importantly how to be de-listed.

For some reason one of my domains has all of a sudden been listed in the
above listed db. Which is rather ironic since there are only 3 active
accounts at this domain. 1 used for a couple of mailing lists, 1 -
postmaster (inbound email only) and 1 domain contact address for domains
(also inbound only).

My server had a hardware failure and was down for 10 days, when it came
back up using the same IPs and mail server software the domain in
question is bow banned all over the internet!

I downloaded the latest release of SA tonight and do not see such a
named db, but the people that have responded to me have indicated that
this is somehow part of SA and that I need to come here to find out why
I have been listed in order to be removed.

I would like to see the evidence of any claimed spam or other
inappropriate emails that would cause this domain to be listed as a
banned server.

The only thing I can think of is that this domain was subscribed to an
apache hosted mailing list and of course during that time those messages
would have bounced. But that would seem to be a pretty lame reason to
add a domain to a global ban list.

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Site xxxx.com (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) said in response to MAIL FROM (550
Banned from (user@colony.net) sa-blacklist.current)
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Regards,

Dale



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Hello,



Trying to figure out what the criteria is for getting a domain listed
in
sa-blacklist.current,
and more importantly how to be de-listed.



For some reason one of my domains has all of a sudden been listed in
the above listed db. Which is rather ironic since there are only 3
active accounts at this domain. 1 used for a couple of mailing lists, 1
- postmaster (inbound email only) and 1 domain contact address for
domains (also inbound only).



My server had a hardware failure and was down for 10 days, when it came
back up using the same IPs and mail server software the domain in
question is bow banned all over the internet!



I downloaded the latest release of SA tonight and do not see such a
named db, but the people that have responded to me have indicated that
this is somehow part of SA and that I need to come here to find out why
I have been listed in order to be removed.



I would like to see the evidence of any claimed spam or other
inappropriate emails that would cause this domain to be listed as a
banned server.



The only thing I can think of is that this domain was subscribed to an
apache hosted mailing list and of course during that time those
messages would have bounced. But that would seem to be a pretty lame
reason to add a domain to a global ban list.



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Site xxxx.com (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) said in response to MAIL FROM (550
Banned from ( href="mailto:stuff@colony.net">user@colony.net)
sa-blacklist.current)

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Regards,



Dale









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