I found out rather rudely when I tried to send an email and got the following response:
An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded: Dynamic IP Addresses See: http://www.sorbs.net/lookup.shtml?00.000.00.000. Please verify that your email address is correct in your mail preferences and try again.
Naturally, the zeros were not what was in the message. It had my actual IP address. Thing is, I KNOW my IP address is a dynamic address. My normal ISP is AT&T (Formerly SBC). It seems that SORBS is blocking the entire line of IP addresses from AT&T, as possible SPAM spewers.
Frankly, I find this whole thing insulting. Since today is Christmas, I will give my web hosting service time to sort it out, but if this is not taken care of soon, I'll be moving my domains and my email service somewhere that doesn't use SORBS.
It's really a shame. I like my webhosting service, otherwise.
Current Mood: Pissed off
Current Music: None
Current Gun: Taurus PT92AFS 9x19mm