Last post Feb 10, 2008 04:06 PM by Enroth
Feb 07, 2008 11:52 AM|rfwilliams777|LINK
Although this is not in the usual area, this is more of has anyone else experienced this and what are your suggestions kinda thing. There is adedicated server hosted at Go Daddy. They are using Mail Enable for the e-mail server software. They had used
the e-mail software for years on another server and never had problems with messages getting through. Since being with Go Daddy, only very particular messages gets blocked by a blacklist (Sorbs). It's not the fault of the server because the server's IP address
is not in a blacklist and has settings in place to prevent spammers. The IP addresses that are blocked belong to the relay server. The messages leave the server fine, but the relay is the one being blocked. What are your suggestions? I, though, would mention
that this e-mail server hosts about 500 addresses and about 50 domains, so it's not just a simple thing to "switch" to another provider.
Feb 10, 2008 04:06 PM|Enroth|LINK
Buy a VDS with other hosting provider and use it as your SMTP relay. It is easy to configure. Also you can use it as your failover/secondary mailserver. I recommend
dotnetpark VDS as they offer Smartermail for free and provide an excellent service too. Smartermail will be your "secondary MX" (failover) mail server and relay. However you can install MailEnable too, its Standard version
is free for unlimited mailboxes. You can work with Mailenable already and do not need to study Smartermail.