alex at vidadigital.com.pa
Wed Feb 16 13:42:23 GMT 2011
We can't help you using the domain name alone.
You're not providing what the "mailscanner alerts" say. Without that,
it's not even clear from the wording that it's related to MailScanner.
If you provide the exact "mailscanner alerts" you mention there might
be a possibility someone here could help.
The best - and only - way to clean a "wrongly poisoned domain name" is
to go to each list and follow their specific instructions for removal.
Each list is different. None of these lists are maintained by
MailScanner, MailScanner checks these lists but doesn't directly
On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 8:25 AM, Chris Strzelczyk <chris at nobletech.net> wrote:
> Good morning,
> I have a domain that was used in the phishing scam. Unfortunately my
> hosting provider allows all users on the shared host to have their domain
> accessed through ~$HOME links. Thus the bad folk can setup an account on
> the shared host and use www.mydomain/~their_directory/ to point to bad files
> in the phishing scam. So now that my domain is blacklisted, I have several
> friends that have been getting mailscanner alerts when I send them email.
> My question is what is the best way to get off of mailscanner blacklists?
> What is a best way to clean a wrongly poisoned domain name? Any help would
> be GREATLY appreciated.
> The domain name is: kampier.com
> Thank You,
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