Blacklisted mail domains

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Blacklisted mail domains

Post by FORScan » Mon Jun 22, 2020 1:40 pm

In the past time we experience problems with certain mail providers that refuse receiving any mail correspondence from FORScan mail server. These providers ignore or sabotage our attempts to resolve the problem and remove the blockage. Sometimes they explain their extremely unfriendly behaviour with some abstract "user complaints". It is strange because FORScan doesn't do any mass sends and the only mail correspondence we send are email notifications from our forum and replies from our support team.

After multiple attempts to resolve this kind of problem in a gentle way and understanding its absolute hopelessness, we have decided to create a black list of mail domains that refuse our letters or discriminate the work we do. Blacklisting means that:

1. Email addresses that belong to blocked domains will not be allowed for new account registration on our forum. Previously created accounts will work, but email notifications from the forum will not be delivered.

2. Requests to support team sent from blocked domains will not be processed.

Here is the list of blocked domains (updated on daily basis):

*.rr.com (any subdomain of rr.com)
charter.net
roadrunner.com
spectrum.net
twc.com

Please do not use email addresses that belong to these domains when you communicate with FORScan forum or support. We are sorry for the inconvenience :(

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Re: Blacklisted mail domains

Post by kalongauto » Fri Jun 26, 2020 10:27 am

I think that is true

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Re: Blacklisted mail domains

Post by dmtaurus » Sun Jun 28, 2020 11:05 am

Well that stinks. I contacted TWC and asked them to unblock FORScan because I use it and subscribe to it.

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