Re: How a correct mail looks like?
From: Gergely Kral (kralg_at_withoutit.koli.kando.hu)
Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 19:46:30 +0000 (UTC)
In article <email@example.com>,
Harry Phillips <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Which server? Your ISP's? Your internal server? Not enough info, read
>the smart questions guide.
Enough info, maybe not clear enough.
>Most SPAM filters have a whitelist, why don't you add his address to
>that on your server.
It is already there, thanks.
>I am in two minds about this post of yours, you are either incompetent
>at running your own mail server and the setup of it, or you are an
>incompetent spammer asking us how to beat the filters we have in place.
Are you always so suspicious? Though I have my own mailserver I prefer
receiving mail on other servers with spam-killers. I don't have the time
and knowledge to configure one only for myself.
>If it is the first you need to Google the mail filter you have in place
>and read the doco on how to add your Dad's e-mail address to the whitelist.
Mea culpa, I never encountered anything like this before. Now I am a bit
But to make you happier: yes, you are true, I should have contacted the
root of the mailserver first, but I thought it was a problem of the
configuration in OE.