Blacklisting would not be inappropriate if we lived in a world where
every domain had a unique IP. But that's not the world we live in.
Hundreds of millions of domains are hosted on shared servers, and most
do not have a unique IP.
So it doesn't matter whether or not you personally engage in any of
those nefarious activities.
Under the collective punishment regime of digital vigilantes, accounts
you have no control over will be used against you.
Fourth World Systems
Bob Sneidar wrote:
They may remove the blacklist entries, but unless the original issue that caused the blacklist entries to occur in the first place are dealt with, it will recur. Things that can get you blacklisted:
Sending spam to many cc'd addresses
spoofing a header
a number of people reporting a sender as a spammer
various key words or phrases in emails
illegal use of peer to peer file sharing apps (distributing commercial films or
music for example)
On May 26, 2019, at 13:26 , Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode <use-livecode at
Currently there is nothing you can do, if the ip addresses are blocked. Robin
could use the Microsoft Blacklisting Form at
to ask for removal of the ips.
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