beamertwo wrote:When I try to send emails, I receive this message:
An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded:
sender envelope address email@example.com is locally blacklisted
here. If you think this is wrong, get in touch with postmaster.
Please check the message recipient "firstname.lastname@example.org" and try again.
What is the best way to resolve this issue?
beamertwo wrote:The email is the one that begins with; "ri"
The webmail seems to work normally.
I am using Thunderbird as an email client.
beamertwo wrote:I have been in contact with the Thunderbird people and they suggest:
The message indicates that either your particular account or the provider's servers have been identified as sources of spam and are thus being blocked.
beamertwo wrote:Some more information that might be of use:
- I changed to Thunderbird relatively recently (from Windows Livemail) and after some initial difficulties, I believe that I am receiving everything that I should.
- A few months ago I received a large number of undeliverable email messages (pertaining to emails that I had not sent) so a spammer was probably using my email address. This was a one-off event.
- The outgoing email problem however, did not occur until after I changed to Thunderbird.
- The outgoing server I am using is: smtp.nsw.exemail.com.au
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