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Recovering from spam resulting from compromised account

Thanks Matthew. Sadly, most of the bounce responses have URLs that
point you to a help page that doesn't have further contact information
or just tells you to wait it out.



I'll do the requisite digging and start contacting postmasters.


On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 6:13 PM, Matthew Barr
<mbarr at snap-interactive.com> wrote:
> On Nov 21, 2012, at 8:53 PM, Dave Sotnick <sotnickd-nanog at ddv.com> wrote:
>> Also had reports that we're still seeing bounces to Gmail, Comcast and
>> Yahoo accounts.
> The best thing to do is to go ahead and look at the bounce messages from the various ISP's, and see if they have any instructions or URL's to contact.
> If you don't have any of those messages at hand, you can see the bounce codes in the logs of your mailserver.
> If you don't have any useful messages in the bounce code, then you can probably look at the site for each ISP, and google their postmaster group.
> Matthew
> Matthew Barr
> Technical Architect
> Snap Interactive
> mbarr at mbarr.net