It’s starting, Trenchers

Have been emailing to an individual on road runner system for years, and now my emails to them are being limited. Wonder what they will pull next under this wonderful net neutrality crap.

Reporting-MTA: dns; resqmta-ch2-09v.sys.comcast.net

Final-recipient: rfc822Action: delayed

Status: 4.1.1

Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 452 Too many recipients received this hour. Please see our rate limit policy at  http://postmaster.rr.com/spam#ratelimit .

Last-attempt-Date: Sat, 04 Apr 2015 05:37:03 +0000

8 thoughts on “It’s starting, Trenchers

  1. “You papers goyum, you are on our “list”. lol. Sorry Paul, I know this is far from a laughing matter. I’ll say this to all trenchers, don’t be putting off your preparations and planning for the future. There’s little, if any time left.

    1. Hey Millard. Have found a way around it for the time being, but it’s definitely a heads up. Your right. you can’t prepare enough.

  2. Yahoo mail did this to me many years ago, because I was reaching a lot of people with the truth through their service.

    “anti-spam” measures may be just an excuse, because the spam never stops, but they do have a real motive for stopping the spread of truth.

  3. Too many recipients received this hour? WTH kind of crap is that? A billion dollar company and they can’t send unlimited email. What a load of crap. Probably net neutrality bullshit.

  4. Maybe I’m old, but I’m not understanding what the following means. Never seen this before.

    “Reporting-MTA: dns; resqmta-ch2-09v.sys.comcast.net

    Final-recipient: rfc822Action: delayed

    Status: 4.1.1

    Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 452 Too many recipients received this hour. Please see our rate limit policy at http://postmaster.rr.com/spam#ratelimit .

    Last-attempt-Date: Sat, 04 Apr 2015 05:37:03 +0000″
    . . .

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