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Does anyone know anything about 88.blocklist.zap ? We have a mailserver being blocked on some sites based on an entry in that. As far as I cen tell with Google, it's an internal list used by a Microsoft mail service, with no public interface. There's a well-documented procedure to get off the list by mailing them an ip address, but I want to know how one gets on the list in the first place and how to prevent it in the future. If our mailing list is being targetted somehow, moving it to another SMTP server and getting that poisoned too seems like a bad idea. My emails to the removal address have so-far returned only "please provide the error message". -- Andrew Daviel, TRIUMF, Canada Tel. +1 (604) 222-7376 (Pacific Time) Network Security Manager

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