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Old 6 Mar 2007, 09:32 AM   #9
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Ah I see now!

Thinking about this, there is unfortunately no easy solution when sending via SMTP. The IP your connecting from was clearly involved in spamming activity in the past, so any email you send from it is tainted by the RBLs it's listed on. The only solution at the moment I'm afraid is to use the web interface which doesn't include the sending IP in the Received headers.

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