Bounced mail

  Young Ranger 15:32 25 Nov 2005
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I have had emails bounced for the following reason:

Recipient: recipients email address>
Reason: 5.7.0 Your server IP address is in the SORBS DNSBL database, bye

Can any one tell me what this means. As far as I tell it only happens with one particular receipient. Im using Outlook Express and my ISP is Tesco.net.

  ACOLYTE 15:38 25 Nov 2005

It means your Ip has been used for sending spam.
click here

  Young Ranger 15:56 25 Nov 2005

Thanks for that. I have had a look at it but it doesn't mean much to me. I tried the links provided to find out how to get de-listed but all I get is a message saying that "click here could not be found.

I don't understand why as a home user my IP should be blocked? Im not aware of any trojans sending spam from my PC.

What can I do about it?

  ACOLYTE 15:59 25 Nov 2005

It may be your ISP email server that has been added not you personally,get on to tesco and ask them.

  palinka 19:14 26 Nov 2005

Tesco should have a "Contact us" button somewhere; or some means of allowing you to report problems. Contact them.

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