[Coco] Varloc and other software
John R. Hogerhuis
jhoger at pobox.com
Wed Oct 19 17:58:10 EDT 2005
On Wed, 2005-10-19 at 13:13 -0700, kiddspott wrote:
> Well I have tried 5 times to send a piece of email to that addressand all I get in return is that the mail is considered SPAM and will not be delivered to that address...
> Now I have made sure it was plain text, I even sent it with my digital signature and stayed away from some keywords that I know might trip it, but it keps going on about my EST time being wrong and I live in Central times zone
> I think that I will just try one more time before giving up, but am not sure how to reach this person... any other ideas... ?
Did it send you the bounced mail back? You should be able to see what is
happening from the mail headers.
I've seen this happen before to a friend of mine from Canada. IIRC it
was a problem with the SMTP server (in this case, your ISP's mail
If you haven't already, you should at least verify your computer's
system time and time zone are set properly, assuming you are using a
mail user agent like Thunderbird or OE (as opposed to webmail).
Personally I reject anything that hits my spam filters too. This way the
sender knows immediately that I didn't get the mail they sent, and I
don't have to pick through a giant mound of trash everyday...
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