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  • Email Address Being Spoofed and Blocked

    It seems I'm having a problem with several of the email addresses I use on Myhosting hosted websites and I think it's resulting in email from some of my domains being put on spam blacklists, especially with Comcast.

    Today I heard from a client whose website I built that he's not getting his email now. He's set up with an email address for his business that forwards to a personal Comcast address. As a test I added my email address, which is received direct from my domain, not through Comcast, and sent him a message. It appears he did not receive the test, but I did, which means to me that the email from his domain is being blocked as potential spam. I've told him to check his Comcast account and shut off their spam blocker.

    Anyone else running into this problem?


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    Is there a reason that your sites are being blacklisted by Comcast like that Do not get me wrong I hate Comcast but you might have gotten yourself into a pickle if they have it out for you

    Have you tried calling them to see if they can offer in insight on why they are not letting your mail through