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* Carlos Mennens <email@example.com>:
> My question is why did a message I send from my client (Thunderbird)
> from my ISP connected PC [22.214.171.124] who is on the PBL get
> rejected when my mail server the message was sent from is
> 126.96.36.199. The mail server is not on any PBL so what does it matter
> if my ISP range of AT&T/Bell South is blacklisted. My mail server is
> remote and clean. I don't understand why this message was blocked from
> Spamhaus. My Postfix mail server is not on the ISP network what to
> This is the reject email back to me:
> Failed Recipient: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Reason: Remote host said: 554 Service unavailable; Client host
> [vss155.webhosting-email.com] blocked by zen.spamhaus.org;
> The message above is confusing because [vss155.webhosting-email.com]
> is NOT 188.8.131.52. That's the IP of where the email originated from
> in my Thunderbird mail client. From that IP it was transfered via SMTP
>  to 184.108.40.206 and that IP is 'vss155.webhosting-email.com.
> I hope that was a bit more clear than my 1st ramble...
Ah, maybe they're looking at all the headers, which is really stupid!
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