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[REBOL] Re: overcoming anti-spam monitor

From: ryan:christiansen:intellisol at: 27-Jun-2001 14:34

I tried personalizing individual e-mail, both in content and subject, but that didn't solve the problem. I have discovered I am able to send "spam" so long as it is to an internal address (same domain.) But if I send to multiple external addresses, I get the error. Again, I am using the 'send command for each instance when I spam to the outside world and so I don't quite understand the dilemma. [agem--crosswin] To: [rebol-list--rebol--com] Sent by: cc: rebol-bounce@ Subject: [REBOL] Re: overcoming anti-spam monitor 06/27/2001 01:39 PM Please respond to rebol-list RE: [REBOL] Re: overcoming anti-spam monitor [ryan--christiansen--intellisol--com] wrote:
> > Nope. I know I'm using the right smtp server because I am able to send
> first e-mail, just not subsequent e-mails. > > -Ryan > > > > When I run a script to send e-mail to multiple recipients (one at a
> > in a foreach loop) I receive the following error: > > > > ** User Error: Server error: tcp 554 Relay rejected for policy reasons. > > ** Near: insert port reduce data > > > > I'm told this is because there is an anti-spam monitor on the mail > server. > > I tried using a wait statement for as much as 15 seconds, but that
> > trick the server. Any suggestions? > >
How do they detect that? same content sended twice? could you "personalize" your email a bit?
> > Ryan C. Christiansen > > Web Developer > >