Mail Gurus Please Help

Ben Butler 760.f563 at
Thu Apr 7 17:22:45 UTC 2022

black hole lists would principally effect the ability for other mail 
server to receive email sent from your mail server.  It would typically 
have no effect on you ability to receive email sent to your domain.  
While this will also cause you problems that need to be solved, it is 
not the cause of the original problem you reported receiving email.  The 
back list DB entry is typically associated with the individual IP 
addresses.  Dont worry we haven't gotten to the really fun bits yet to 
run a mail server, to send email effectively in addition to everything 
else you are going to need to tackle SPF, DKIM, you might also end up 
looking at DNSsec as well.


On Thu 07/04/2022 18:12, Das Goravani wrote:
> Dear Jeffrey and Andrew,
> It seems you have both found out the truth. It’s odd that it occurred when I did a move, making it seem like something else. Indeed it is a black listing type of thing.
> These findings present me with chores, which I’d rather not attempt. They call into being asking my ISP and others for favors or changes, things that are unusual, rarely occurring for these companies.
> I since found $10/year email. It’s with NO-IP. I only have 2 addresses. $20 a year is worth it.
> I hope the blacklist comes off when I make this change, and thus I hope the blacklist is tied to things about my current setup, and not just tied to the domain name without any other reasoning. I hope thus the blacklisting comes off when I make this change.
> I shouldn’t have tried to have my own mail server in the first place, but I didn’t know all these realities about mail back then. Now that I’ve done it I’m all too aware of how blacklisting ruins it.. makes sending impossible, now makes doing it at all not possible.
> Thanks for the help, I appreciate this list immensely,
> I really thank you who give answers,
> Das Goravani
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