Re: Removing Ferretti server ip from your spamming list
John Andersen <jsa <at> pen.homeip.net>
2007-06-07 05:16:55 GMT
On Wednesday 06 June 2007, Gary V wrote:
> Mike wrote:
> > Allesandro:
> > I'm afraid you are mistaken.
> > Razor does not blacklist IP addresses or servers. Razor's "spam list",
> > as you put it, consists of messages that have been submitted as spam,
> > against which incoming messages, to other servers, are compared. If
> > your server's messages match messages that have been submitted to the
> > Razor system as spam, then the message is flagged as such.
> > If your server, instead, is blacklisted, it is not by way of the Razor
> > system. I would suggest, instead, that if your messages are being
> > bounced back to you as being rejected due to spam, you contact the
> > maintainers of the blacklist in question. I can't find any RBLs that are
> > listing you, so I would, instead, look at the content of your messages.
> > Alessandro Zattoni wrote:
> >> Hi *,
> >> my company (Ferretti Group) is tryng to send an email to a supplier.
> >> This supplier uses "Razor" to check the incoming emails. They can't
> >> receive any email from our server because my server is in your "spam
> >> list".
> >> The information of my server are :
> >> sullivan.ferrettigroup.com | 22.214.171.124
> >> Could you please remove it from your spam list, or explain me how to
> >> do by myself?
> >> Best Regards
> >> Alessandro Zattoni
> >> SysAdmin <at> Ferretti Group
> >> CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail message from FERRETTI Group
> >> (including all attachments) is for the sole use of the intended
> >> recipient(s) and may contain confidential and privileged information.
> >> Please note that any opinions expressed in this e-mail are those of
> >> the author personally and not of the FERRETTI Group, who does not
> >> accept responsibility for the contents of the message. Any
> >> unauthorised review, use, disclosure, copying or distribution is
> >> strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please
> >> contact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the
> >> original message and its attachments
> It's possibly this CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE. You include this text with
> every mail you send. It's possible some people submit your messages to
> Razor as spam and this text is triggering a hit. You might consider
> changing this text slightly and then sending a message to the same
> recipient to see if you no longer get a razor hit.
> Gary V
More to the point, you should tell your clueless lawyers that such
confidentiality notices mean nothing, and only serve to exhibit the
stupidity and incompetence of those who insist upon its presence
on every outgoing mail. Its unenforceable in every court in every
But I digress...
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