On 10/12/2012 11:42 AM, Daniel Brown wrote:
> Well, as the adage goes, you'll catch more flies with honey than
> with vinegar. And considering this is the very first message I've
> ever seen from you, it sounds like either (a) you didn't follow the
> proper protocol, or (b) there's something in the process we need to
> review. If you think the issue lies on our end, you can submit a bug
> at https://bugs.php.net/ and detail the steps to reproduce the issue.
> If it is indeed something we need to correct, believe me, we will. We
> don't deliberately attempt to mislead or frustrate people, despite how
> it might have seemed.
Well, with that said, here is a test.
I have found, in the past, that when I enable all the SPAM filtering
that I want, that 184.108.40.206/pb1.pair.com/lists.php.net mail server
gets blocked by my mail server. It has been a while so I don't remember
what the reason was it got blocked, but I have enabled all the filtering
again, and this is my test email with the full set of filtering enabled.
Lets see if the server still gets blocked. I will post the logs if and
when it gets blocked.
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