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Alberto Miscia
Dear ASSP community,
we are an Italian ESP (http://www.mailup.com) with worldwide customers
delivering about 10 billion emails per year, both marketing emails and
transactional emails.
I would kindly point out that I see some blocked emails with the message
"554 5.7.1 Mail appears to be unsolicited -- send error reports to.." that
is proper of ASSP.

I can assure you all that we are very committed in fighting spam and email
abuse (at least since a couple of years when I stepped in) and for this
reason I'd advise to contact me or our abuse department ([hidden email],
[hidden email]) to signal unwanted emails rather than block
I don't want to oush any kind of "self promotion" but we ususally deal with
abuse complaints very promptly and we partner with several anti-abuse
gropus and companies to preemptively hinder any kind of abuse from our
network.

All the relevant information, especially our IPs, are published at this
page http://postmaster.mailup.com

If any of you have questions or need further clarifications please do not
hesitate to ask me

Best Regards

Alberto Miscia | Head of Deliverability & Compliance | MailUp

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Re: Outright block from ASSP users

Thomas Eckardt/eck
mailup.com IP's were removed from assp IP-black-list at 13.07.2016 for
installations controlled by the assp development (via global PB)
The same will apply to the next public release (in oct 2016).

I'm sorry, but you have to accept, that every mail-admin and every user is
free to block any mail for any reason.

93.174.68.0/24 -> 0.22
93.174.69.0/24 -> 0.31
93.174.66.0/24 -> 0.68
93.174.67.0/24 -> 0.76

These are the public global spam weights for listed mailup.com IP's. (0 <
ham < 0.5 < spam < 1). The scores representing the calculated spam weight
average for several thousend assp installations.
This can't be changed, but there will be no mail blocked by assp because
of such weights.

Thomas



Von:    Alberto Miscia <[hidden email]>
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Datum:  14.10.2016 19:09
Betreff:        [Assp-user] Outright block from ASSP users



Dear ASSP community,
we are an Italian ESP (http://www.mailup.com) with worldwide customers
delivering about 10 billion emails per year, both marketing emails and
transactional emails.
I would kindly point out that I see some blocked emails with the message
"554 5.7.1 Mail appears to be unsolicited -- send error reports to.." that
is proper of ASSP.

I can assure you all that we are very committed in fighting spam and email
abuse (at least since a couple of years when I stepped in) and for this
reason I'd advise to contact me or our abuse department ([hidden email],
[hidden email]) to signal unwanted emails rather than block
I don't want to oush any kind of "self promotion" but we ususally deal
with
abuse complaints very promptly and we partner with several anti-abuse
gropus and companies to preemptively hinder any kind of abuse from our
network.

All the relevant information, especially our IPs, are published at this
page http://postmaster.mailup.com

If any of you have questions or need further clarifications please do not
hesitate to ask me

Best Regards

Alberto Miscia | Head of Deliverability & Compliance | MailUp
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Re: Outright block from ASSP users

Alberto Miscia
Dear Thomas,

mailup.com IP's were removed from assp IP-black-list at 13.07.2016 for
> installations controlled by the assp development (via global PB)
> The same will apply to the next public release (in oct 2016).


thank you.

I'm sorry, but you have to accept, that every mail-admin and every user is
> free to block any mail for any reason.


I totally agree and I apologize if my statement came across otherwise.
.
Regarding the scores, for the record, there is also the 93.174.64.0/24
subnet.
Since they are assigned on a subnet basis I would't argue any further even
if the IP used for confirmation optin requsts (93.174.67.246) is in the
worst range. But probably the problem in on our side since the .67.0/24 is
used also for free trials and new customers in the vetting stage.
We'll try to do a different IP segregation in the near future, and thanks
for the heads up for now.

Regards

Alberto Miscia | Head of Deliverability & Compliance | MailUp

2016-10-14 20:18 GMT+02:00 Thomas Eckardt <[hidden email]>:

> mailup.com IP's were removed from assp IP-black-list at 13.07.2016 for
> installations controlled by the assp development (via global PB)
> The same will apply to the next public release (in oct 2016).
>
> I'm sorry, but you have to accept, that every mail-admin and every user is
> free to block any mail for any reason.
>
> 93.174.68.0/24 -> 0.22
> 93.174.69.0/24 -> 0.31
> 93.174.66.0/24 -> 0.68
> 93.174.67.0/24 -> 0.76
>
> These are the public global spam weights for listed mailup.com IP's. (0 <
> ham < 0.5 < spam < 1). The scores representing the calculated spam weight
> average for several thousend assp installations.
> This can't be changed, but there will be no mail blocked by assp because
> of such weights.
>
> Thomas
>
>
>
> Von:    Alberto Miscia <[hidden email]>
> An:     [hidden email]
> Datum:  14.10.2016 19:09
> Betreff:        [Assp-user] Outright block from ASSP users
>
>
>
> Dear ASSP community,
> we are an Italian ESP (http://www.mailup.com) with worldwide customers
> delivering about 10 billion emails per year, both marketing emails and
> transactional emails.
> I would kindly point out that I see some blocked emails with the message
> "554 5.7.1 Mail appears to be unsolicited -- send error reports to.." that
> is proper of ASSP.
>
> I can assure you all that we are very committed in fighting spam and email
> abuse (at least since a couple of years when I stepped in) and for this
> reason I'd advise to contact me or our abuse department ([hidden email],
> [hidden email]) to signal unwanted emails rather than block
> I don't want to oush any kind of "self promotion" but we ususally deal
> with
> abuse complaints very promptly and we partner with several anti-abuse
> gropus and companies to preemptively hinder any kind of abuse from our
> network.
>
> All the relevant information, especially our IPs, are published at this
> page http://postmaster.mailup.com
>
> If any of you have questions or need further clarifications please do not
> hesitate to ask me
>
> Best Regards
>
> Alberto Miscia | Head of Deliverability & Compliance | MailUp
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>
>
>
> DISCLAIMER:
> *******************************************************
> This email and any files transmitted with it may be confidential, legally
> privileged and protected in law and are intended solely for the use of the
>
> individual to whom it is addressed.
> This email was multiple times scanned for viruses. There should be no
> known virus in this email!
> *******************************************************
>
>
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> engaging tech sites, SlashDot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot
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