an email question

Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by me, May 14, 2005.

  1. me

    me Guest

    Recently I have been trying to communicate with a friend who is in a distant
    county. The person recently took a trip. I have repeatedly tried today to
    send an email to this person, but from the look of the header information
    the email is being forwarded from the webmail account on, to another server
    which is actively refusing theconnection and thus my email is being bounced
    back to me undeliverable. I have written the tech guys but so far nada. It
    does not matter from where I send the message--it is always bounced back as
    undeliverable. I have also tried direct emailing of the address my emails
    are being forwarded to, prior to being bounced--and still the report says
    that the connection is refused. I have tried this from several webmail
    accounts and from my primary account as well, and nada.

    Bottom line--does anyone have any clue why a mail server would do this?
     
    me, May 14, 2005
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  2. me

    dave Guest

    me wrote:
    > Recently I have been trying to communicate with a friend who is in a distant
    > county. The person recently took a trip. I have repeatedly tried today to
    > send an email to this person, but from the look of the header information
    > the email is being forwarded from the webmail account on, to another server
    > which is actively refusing theconnection and thus my email is being bounced
    > back to me undeliverable. I have written the tech guys but so far nada. It
    > does not matter from where I send the message--it is always bounced back as
    > undeliverable. I have also tried direct emailing of the address my emails
    > are being forwarded to, prior to being bounced--and still the report says
    > that the connection is refused. I have tried this from several webmail
    > accounts and from my primary account as well, and nada.
    >
    > Bottom line--does anyone have any clue why a mail server would do this?


    Probably because your mail server is recognised as one
    of the rules of the foriegn mail server spam filter as
    one of ip's that are untrustworthy.

    You can't get around that, unless you can log onto another
    mail server that isn't on the restriction list.

    Good luck
     
    dave, May 14, 2005
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