On Sun, Aug 17, 2003 at 06:24:56PM +0900, Meino Christian Cramer wrote:
> Sorry listies for this totally oftopic post, but I have no other chance...

Actually you do...

>   dblack / superlink.net SMTP error from remote mailer after RCPT
>     TO:<dblack / superlink.net>: host mail1.superlink.net
>     [209.236.128.96]: 553 Mail from 62.134.100.32 refused - see
>     <URL:http://www.mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?62.134.100.32>

That means your IP address is in the mail-abuse DUL (list of Dial-up
Netblocks). Many ISPs refuse to receive mail directly from dial-up IPs, as
it's usually spammers. Well-behaved people send their mail via their ISP's
smtp relay (smarthost).

So, the solution is for you to reconfigure your MTA to send via your ISP's
smarthost, not directly following MX records.

> May be they dont like my firewall and security settings ?
> 
> I tried to surf to the given URLS, but both time they said, that the
> given IP address is *NOT* on the RBL....

$ lynx http://www.mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?62.134.100.32
...
   List Entry
   dul  62.134.64.0/18

Where 'dul' is a hyperlink to http://www.mail-abuse.org/dul/ which explains
exactly what the issue is, and /18 means "all IP addresses which share the
first 18 bits as this one", i.e.

62.134.64.0/18 = 62.134.64.0.0 to 62.134.127.255 inclusive, which includes
your IP address.

Regards,

Brian.