Topica is in the process of being added to a number of blocklists, and I am
unsure if this is the issue at Verizon. (At least, this is the way I
interpret the discussion on SPAM-L). If there was a bounce available,
seeing it might help. Feel free to e-mail it to me privately.
However, there may well be some escalation blacklisting regarding
topica. They have had some large number of lists with spamtrap addresses
signed up onto their service and they have not vetted them well. They also
have some subsidiary who is more, shall we say, oriented to delivering less
solicited mail, and that subsidiary delivers from the same servers.
So, if I was looking for uninterrupted service and my mailing list was
actually opt-in, I would go
elsewhere for mailing list service.
At 05:12 PM 2002-06-28 -0400, Beartooth wrote:
On 0.verizon.security, I found a message that seems
relevant to Omar Thameen's problem. I doubt it's forwardable, but
I'll try to copy & paste it here, and maybe he can mine it.
Reply-To: "Dennis Dayman [Verizon Online Security Operations]"
War is an ugly thing, but it is not the ugliest of things. The decayed and
degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is
worth war is much worse. A man who has nothing for which he is willing to
fight, nothing he cares about more than his own personal safety, is a
miserable creature who has no chance of being free, unless made so by the
exertions of better men than himself. -- John Stuart Mill
Nick Simicich - njs @