Opet probeli sa serverom, novo instaliranim.
Slali smo veliki broj emailov s njega, blizu 30.000 i blokirana nam je IP adresa za slanje gore navedenih mailova.
Medju mailovima koje imamo u listi ima neispravnih.
Mailove saljemo preko PHPmailer skripte, preko SMTP.
Salju se po 30 ili 40 u jednom mahu, pa onda pauza od 20 sek, pa onda opet.
Pisali smo SUPPORTU za hotmail.live i outlook i dobili odgovor.
Kako vi ovo tumacite, u cemu je problem, jer nama nije bas jasno?
Sta treba menjati, da li treba izbrisati neispravne email adrese?
Da li je problem zbog skripte, ili je problem u telu poruke koju saljemo?
We have completed reviewing the IP(s) you submitted. The following table contains the results of our investigation.
More information needed
There are indications that the above IP(s) are engaged in namespace mining. Outlook.com is blocking all email sent from this IP.
mining is a method commonly used by malicious senders to generate lists
of email addresses. This approach uses automation to sift through
possible email names seeking to identify valid email addresses, e.g.,
Joe@domain.com, John@domain.com, and Josy@domain.com.
correct the problem and you must stop the behavior described above. We
recommend that you work with your email or network administrator to
review the logs of your email servers. Check the sending log files and
concentrate on logs that are sending to nonexistent @hotmail.com,
@live.com, @msn.com, @outlook.com?with multiple tries and failures.
of the deliverability status, Outlook.com recommends that all senders
join two free programs that provide visibility into the Outlook.com
traffic on your sending IP(s), the sending IP reputation with
Outlook.com and the Outlook.com user complaint rates.
Email Reporting program (JMRP) When an Outlook.com user marks an email
as “junk”, senders enrolled in this program get a copy of the mail
forwarded to the email address of their choice. It allows senders to see
which mails are being marked as junk and to identify mail traffic you
did not intend to send. To join, please visit http://support.msn.com/eform.aspx?productKey=edfsjmrpp&page=support_home_options_form_byemail&ct=eformts.
Network Data Services program (SNDS). This program allows you to
monitor the ‘health’ and reputation of your registered IPs by providing
data about traffic such as mail volume and complaint rates seen
originating from your IPs. To register, please visit http://postmaster.live.com/snds/.
is no silver bullet to maintaining or improving good IP reputation, but
these programs help you proactively manage your email eco-system to
help better ensure deliverability to Outlook.com users.