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answered How Reverse DNS does what it does
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revised Why does mail, from some domain, sent through someisp.com, get blocked by the isp's webserver being listed in RBLs?
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comment Why does mail, from some domain, sent through someisp.com, get blocked by the isp's webserver being listed in RBLs?
@Luke404 just updated the post based on your update.
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revised Why does mail, from some domain, sent through someisp.com, get blocked by the isp's webserver being listed in RBLs?
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comment Why does mail, from some domain, sent through someisp.com, get blocked by the isp's webserver being listed in RBLs?
@chutz - thanks for the edit!
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answered Why does mail, from some domain, sent through someisp.com, get blocked by the isp's webserver being listed in RBLs?
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answered rails-boilerplate (0.1.9) gem mirror
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answered MySQL port 3306 blocked in csf yet can still telnet to port 3306 from external host
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comment Can't login to Debian (OpenVZ guest) server after setting up IPTables. How to Fix it?
Unless by some weird chance you set your ssh server to run on port 325, in which case you could ssh in using the port option: ssh foobar.com -p 325
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comment Spam mail through SMTP and user spoofing
Thanks @joeqwerty. I appreciate the vote of confidence. I think your answer is definitely more concise, but thought that some people might want more background information at the risk of being verbose. Hard to tell who the audience is.
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answered Spam mail through SMTP and user spoofing
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answered Single domain name potentially resolving to multiple servers