I have my company´s email account locked by the DSBL (Distributed Sender Blackhole List).
I want to remove my email from their database but they presented me addresses like this:
In their FAQ they said:
In the example above, the first and third addresses (if shown; see below) will deliver directly to your mail server, not to your ISP, per standard SMTP procedure. All you need to do is teach your mail server software to treat “127-0-0-1.dsl.your-isp.net” as an inbound domain equivalent to “your-domain.com” for which it should accept mail. Make sure that at least “[email protected]” works from outside your system (like a Yahoo or Hotmail account) and delivers to an account you can read. Also ensure that you do not have any spam or virus filters operating on that account. Ensure that you can receive AND READ mail sent to this account BEFORE requesting DSBL removal.
Question: How can I do this on Exchange 2000?
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