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    Thank's from your help


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    Have you tried getting your users to check thier bulk mail folder?

    It may be that it is arriving in the users mailbox but in a filtered location.

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    These days, I had played around with sendmail.

    I steel can't send mail to Hotmail, but I have one question more:

    when I send a mail to Hotmail, or Msn the /var/log/maillog tells me:

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     delay=00&#58;00&#58;03, xdelay=00&#58;00&#58;03, mailer=esmtp, pri=30518, relay=mx3.hotmail.com. &#91;65.54.167.5&#93;, dsn=2.0.0, stat=Sent &#40; <200402042011.i14KBKiG008071@1oopis.oopis.ro> Queued mail for delivery&#41;
    What does it meas Queued mail for delivery ?
    Where is queued?

    Can someone explain me, please?

    Thank's a lot.

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    That's the response from the Hotmail server. That is, the hotmail server has reported that it has queued the mail for further processing.

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    The official respone is that I am on their black list for filtering.

    Did someone know how much time ?

    What other alternatives I have?

    Thank you

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    How much time? What do you mean; how much time for what?

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    I have just sent an email to msnhst@microsoft.com. I too run a small webserver and email from home and it seems to me that my log files look a lot like Doldas ... I've been sending emails to a friend there and not getting anything back so I'm starting to wonder if I've been blacklisted or something. I'll post whatever response I get in this forum.

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    Hello again,

    The exactly formula is that I am on their filtering list, but they advise me to read this document:

    https://www.bondedsender.com/faqs/sender.html


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    GIVE ME A BREAK!!!
    They are saying that if you are a small domain you have to pay "BondedSender" to Validate your email?????

    What a Joke...
    I haven't gotten anything back from them yet but I think that I will be BLACKLISTING Hotmail

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    I think there might be an alternative solution do this. I'm guessing that Hotmail blacklists certain originating IP addresses, not originating domains. Thus, if you know someone else who's running a mail server, maybe you can convince him to allow routing from you, so that you can route all emails through his IP address.

    I can hardly believe that they're even considering to point individuals to that BSP page, though. Can't you try and talk them over?

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