On 09/02/11 08:44, Stan Greenspan wrote:
> I am surrounded by circular reasoning today.
> I have switched my server to a new provider who has assigned me an IP that was apparently vacant for about a year. It was "paintmered.com" and I have no idea what they did - they are not on the wayback machine - but I can only guess.
> A couple of my clients are having problems with the IP address being on RBL's, so I have been trying to contact the list people to get a removal done. Of course, I am sending the e-mail from that IP and it gets bounce because it appears on their blacklist. In effect, there is no way to remove yourself because they don't accept requests to remove from their list you because you are on their list.
> They do however have web forms, and the forms ask that you offer them and "authoritative" address, ie, postmaster or abuse.
> Except both of those addresses appear to be kept for internal use and you can't seem to send from them. Any hints on how to free them up?
> Stan Greenspan
> Interactivepages Information Services
> Canada: 416 822 5671
> USA: 305 320 6593
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Those are aliased to postmaster in the main domain. I would
assume(because I have not tried it), you could use an email client to do
this. Set the From asHIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org (or abuse) and set the
authentication as the postmaster account.
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