I agree it's crazy - but a friend's e-mails are bouncing coming from his
ISP, but OK from anyone else. When he called his ISP, he was directed
to these sites, which were showing errors, which are now magically
cleared up. So, I'm guessing the problem was on the test client's end
"he was directed to these sites" isn't an answer. these guys should tell
him why they rejct mail or should get out of the internet. saying "I am
rejecting you because you are listed on foo.blahblah" isn't acceptable.
They mus know why foo.blahblah lists people, they must agree with its
listing policy, they must agree with its implementation, and more, they
must be able to defend it without refering to foo.blahblah.
if you get people like these, please share that info (please share bl
abuse with mouss+blab...@netoyen.net). we are seing a lot of people
doing bad things in the name of spam fight. fighting spam is not excuse
for balkanizing the internet.