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A Spam, A Scam or Legit?Views: 296
Aug 23, 2006 10:02 pm re: re: re: A Spam, A Scam or Legit?
Judy Kettenhofen There are two different things that might be going on; in order to help you, I'd need to distinguish between the two types of problems you might possibly be describing:

1. Is someone actually getting into your account and sending emails from your server (a problem that can, relatively, be easier to fix than the next one)


2. Are people spoofing your email address, but not actually sending from your email server.

You should be able to tell the difference by looking at the headers, and maybe with a tiny bit of consultation with your email hosting company.

Unfortunately, just about anybody, if they are sufficiently malicious, could get your site blacklisted. This happened to internet marketer Jeff Walker -- all quite innocently -- no one was trying to be malicious.

If you are not familiar with the story, Jeff Walker had never sent out email from his domain; but when he went to do so the first time, his email was caught up one or more of the major blacklisters. The reason? The folks promoting his program had sent out emails with links to his site. There were enough of them, and, apparently, enough people clicked the "spam" button in aol or wherever else, and got his domain name banned.

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