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Clive Hunt clive.hunt at gmail.com
Wed Dec 16 11:00:04 GMT 2009

Hi Dan.

Unfortunately not.  I spoke to their support and one guy suggested
this and then cut me off and the next support person said it can't be
achieved for hosted domains, which I find kind of suspicious.



2009/12/16 Daniel Hilton <daniel.hilton at gmail.com>:
> 2009/12/16 Clive Hunt <clive.hunt at gmail.com>:
>> Hi All.
>>
>> I have a client that deals with customers in China, Korea and Japan.
>> He currently hosts his emailserver with (dare I say it) 123-reg !!!
>>
>> His customers are sending emails through servers that appear on the
>> RBL lists and so are being dropped before reaching his inbox.
>>
>> Now I think I am pretty sure of the answer here, but do any of you
>> know a service provider that he can try that perhaps are not so
>> stringent on checking these RBL lists and so he can't get the emails
>> from his customers?
>>
>> It wouldn't be a good idea for him to ask all his problematic
>> customers to use a non blacklisted server to send emails as I suspect
>> that the RBL lists are not something that they are aware of or have
>> problems with when communicating internally.
>>
>> Failing this is there a way that he can make sure that all emails come
>> through i.e. setup his own email server and host his own domain on it?
>>
>> Cheers.
>>
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>
> Does 123reg configuration software allow him to whitelist certain addresses?
>
> Because that's what he wants by the sound of it.
>
> Cheers,
> Dan
>
>
>>
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