[access-uk] Re: Yahoo list problem

  • From: "Douglas Harrison" <harrisondf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 16:13:53 -0000

As I understand it a number of ISPs are using a third party Spam 
filtering database called Black House which treats messages from 
certain Yahoo servers as spam and blocks them.  The Tech Support at 
My ISP admit the problem but unless their company abandons the use 
of this Black House list there is little they can do about it.  What is 
needed is some discussion between Yahoo and the creators of this 
particular anti spam system.  
As you may have realised i am experimenting with a work around in 
which I use an @yahoo.co.uk account but hope that this is only a 
temporary situation.

   On 1 Dec 2005 at 10:41, Tony Cretney wrote:

> Hi Andrew
> I did see your previous reply on this subject, and have already rung
> Yahoo. 
> They are blaming my ISP and my ISP say that it has nothing to do with
> them.
> Hopefully if enough people complain to Yahoo they will be pushed in to
> doing 
> something about it.  To me, as it only seems to be Yahoo groups mail that
> is 
> affected like this it seems clear that it is their problem.
> Tony


Douglas Harrison

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