On 0.verizon.security, I found a message that seems
relevant to Omar Thameen's problem. I doubt it's forwardable, but
I'll try to copy & paste it here, and maybe he can mine it.
Reply-To: "Dennis Dayman [Verizon Online Security Operations]"
From: "Dennis Dayman [Verizon Online Security Operations]"
Subject: Re: Does Verizon block some email?????
Organization: Verizon Online Internet
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Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 23:36:01 GMT
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I am in talks with TOPICA at this time. We are working
on a temporary solution this week and hopefully after
this week a more permanent solution by next Friday.
------------------------------- Dennis Dayman
Verizon Online Security Operations
"HiEv" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Weldon Wallick wrote:
> > Yes, it is Topica!!!
> > What the hell is the big idea???????
> Well, Scott couldn't be very specific. He just said
> (on 6/11) that they had talked to Topica and there
> was something they could do (or not do) so they
> wouldn't be counted as spammers anymore, and if they
> did that then the problem should be solved in two
> months or so.
> See the thread I pointed you to earlier if you want
> to see his exact words.
NB : the thread in question, for any who can get to
>It wouldn't happen to be Topica would it? You might
>want to check the "Verizon and Topica" thread in
>0.verizon.adsl to see what's going on there even if
>it's not the Topica mailing list.
>They are probably being excluded as spam.