Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:Hello KeyCAPTCHA,
I'd appreciate if you stop calling me by an account nickname/ID.
My name is Gennady, it is clearly indicated in the right sidebar of every my post
and you know it well since you addressed me by my name Gennady in PM.
I have not ever named you by ABM...
Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:I want to try to help you a little bit with your personal problem
My "personal" problem has nothing to do with KeyCAPTCHA.com website
I clearly indicated, more than once, that my home
-IP-addresses of completely different ISP is blacklisted frequently preventing my private registering and posting in forums, commenting in blogs.
It has nothing to do with keycaptcha's mail server in Germany and as such you do not even know it
My home-IP-address is black address shared externally by thousands of my home-ISP users.
It is senseless either to blacklist or to de-blacklist it
I have never publicly asked anybody to help me with IP-address de-blacklisting
(with any IP-addresses, even less with shared ones of my home-ISP or of my company's dedicated IP-addresses).
This is direct slander.
Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:So if the blacklist is running well then this should mean that your are sending unsolicited bulk email from your webservers ip address 126.96.36.199
KeyCAPTCHA.com has never ever
sent either unsolicited Emai or bulk Emails
I immediately flagged your post asking moderators to delete it,
as being unsolicited off-topic, incorrect and publicly harming to my company's antispam service.
I do not know why this request was ignored.
So, I am forced to respond and directly name what you are publicly and openly
- black listing
KeyCAPTCHA.com mail server has always been used to communicate with KeyCAPTCHA customers
(to send activation kink in the process of registration, to respond to oopened support tickets, etc.)
Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:IMO there could be only one reason why your webserver is blacklisted:
I am wasting my time here:
I already addressed these issues in my previous posts
And you clearly repeating yourself without reading already provided answers
Please stop answering, at least addressing KeyCAPTCHA, the questions that KeyCAPTCHA Team has never ever asked anybody
Your expertise, with references to wikipedia in context of concrete (SpamHaus) case is amateurish
Users of particular IP-addresses cannot contact SpamHaus, it can do only ISPs
KeyCAPTCHA services use 7*24*365 datacenters rented in many more countries
(and with many more IP-addresses)
not only in those you mentioned.
You cannot trace them all
Mentioned by you IP-addresses, used by KeyCAPTCHA,
are not blacklisted individually, they are blacklisted as part of blacklisted IP-address ranges due to maldoing from other (German? Belgian? I could not understand from your post!) IP-addresses in those ranges