On 4/28/01 1:40 PM, murr rhame <email@example.com> wrote...
>Reducing the number of recipients per-email doesn't help. I use
>Lyris software which always sends individual emails to all
Which could just as easily be the problem. If AOL suddenly sees dozens,
perhaps hundreds of simultaneous connections from one server all
transmitting virtually identical messages, it might have reason to be
Or it's possible your server is being blocked for other reasons.
AOL's checks are very complicated, justly so. There's no one rule. If
there were, it would be too easy for abusers to circumvent.
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