Weird networking problem

Fraser Campbell fraser-eicrhRFjby5dCsDujFhwbypxlwaOVQ5f at
Mon Jul 12 01:35:38 UTC 2004

On July 11, 2004 02:32 am, Marcus Brubaker wrote:

> imagine why b) would be the case and, even if the server was blocked as
> a spam relay (which, AFAIK it isn't, and yes I've checked), those
> usually block at the mailer level, not the IP level, right?  While I was
> able to try a different IP address with my ISP (which worked great) it
> doesn't rule out option a) since the address was on a completely
> different subnet.

Does this mean that you have a static IP?  If you have a static IP can you let 
us know what it is, that may not lead anywhere but who knows ... if you don't 
want to mail your IP to the list perhaps mail it privately or just let us 
know the subnet.

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