I know this is kind of a stupid question, but it really is a true problem that I need to solve a.s.a.p. for my client. I'm just wanting to make sure that I am doing the right thing and trying to find out if there might be another solution.
I have a quick question about the CBL/ XBL mail block. I have a web page client who has an earthlink.net e-mail address. On their page they have a submission form that is filled out quite regularily due to the traffic to their site. It is very important to their business that they get all of these forms via e-mail. Lately, they have not been getting them. I went to support and saw that there is this mail block and that Dreamhost is working on it. This would probably be the reason why they are not getting their forms.
My question is, if I take the earthlink.net e-mail address off the forward list for the dreamhost e-mail address and just have it sent to a dreamhost mailbox instead, do you think this will make it so they at least get all of their filled out forms?
I have another strange question.... Is there an ISP that anyone can think of that would probably not be blocking dreamhost that I could set up an e-mail account for my client so they can still use their Eudora E-Mail Program to recieve the submission forms? The reason I ask is because this client is hard to deal with sometimes and if I tell them they are going to have to check their dreamhost mailbox online (Squirel Mail) every day, they are not going to be happy. I would prefer to set it up so they can still use Eudora.
Thanks so much for any help and advice.