> I wouldn't jump to condemning Eircom, IOL, or
> SpamCop based on the sketchy details we know.
Well, what we do know is that the two largest ISP's in this country can't
intercommunicate. I dont imagine it will go on for long as commercially its
not going to "work" for the business subscribers of both parties. Same guy
can't receive that "urgent" message from a colleague in Belgium, workaround?
Don't use IOL for incoming mail?
Personally it makes me re-think my own blacklist strategy. False positive
blocking is acceptable at a corporate domain level where the organisation is
responsible for its own destiny, but when it comes down to an ISP being the
domain for many multiples of corporate entities, all suffering the same
fate, not a good option (commercially).
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