I hate Google, more and more every day.
P. J. Alling
webstertwentysix at gmail.com
Mon Nov 4 16:06:15 EST 2019
Well updog.co seems to think it's a URL that contains their domain.
They advised me of a work around. Unfortunately the easiest way to
implement would cost me money to implement my own domain. Which could
then still be blacklisted by google.
On 11/4/2019 1:50 PM, Larry Colen wrote:
>> On Nov 4, 2019, at 9:26 AM, John <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
>> What happens with Earthlink & PDML is one of Earthlink's customers SPAMS mailing lists with announcements for some act appearing at a nightclub in Las Vegas and whatever server his message goes through down in Atlanta gets blacklisted by the SPAM blocking service PDML's host uses.
>> It's *always* the same Earthlink LOSER and it appears to only trigger the one SPAM blocking service used by PDML's host.
>> ... and since the guy seems to be a one-person, hole-in-the-wall "advertising" agency, it happens every time he sends out a SPAM BLAST. If I submit to PDML using my Earthlink account and happen to catch the same server down in Atlanta that he's most recently gotten blacklisted, my posts bounce from PDML.
>> Anyway ... to make a long story even longer, I figured all this out from reading the bounce messages I got from PDML, which contain a link to the offending SPAM with full headers.
>> Your hosting service Updog(dot)co should be able to do the same and figure out what's got Google blocking them. They may be able to get themselves UN-blocked.
>> FWIW, if you "google" Updog(dot)co, their website comes up & google doesn't appear to give any warnings.
> The warning I get is for pdml.updog so it is possible that it was your account that was hacked with a phishing site on it, or a spammer just used your email as the return.
> Larry Colen
> lrc at red4est.com
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