John Gay said:
> Message-ID not being set
You'd really be better off setting this in the MUA. It's quite a spam
sign. (we don't test for it in SpamAssassin due to FPs though, but
some folks run hair-trigger spam filters.)
> Your mail provider is on several blacklists. The RFC-Ignorant one is
> the most severe, because you have to be *really* stupid to run an ISP
> in such a fashion as to meet the rfc-ignorant criteria. I would suggest
> that you find a new ISP; eircom really does suck (I get as much spam
> from them as I do from any of the major US ISPs).
yep, *still* on several DNSBLs.
However the DSBL listing now seems to be a multi-hop one; seiko.ie's MX is
an open relay, which then relays via eircom.net as a totally-legit "smart
host" relay. In other words it's seiko.net which is f**ked, not
eircom.net, as far as I can see.
But rfc-ignorant listing seems valid; the issue is that eircom.net does
not provide a valid email addr in its whois data to contact when abuse
> I know that some people on this list have connections with eircom.net so I
> was hoping that this would be quicker than trying the support list, which
> I've not had much luck with in the past. Seems they're only interested if I
> call at 58 cent per minute.
i'd be interested too. It's very embarrassing me having to defend
eircom.net on several anti-spam mailing lists as a matter of national
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