22.214.171.124/16 is listed on the Policy Block List (PBL)
Eartlink is bouncing my emails because they see this in the Policy Block List
Outbound Email Policy of Comcast for this IP range:
Email sent by Comcast subscribers using a mail program such as Outlook Express are required to send the email through Comcast. To insure your mail program is properly configured, please visit http://www.comcast.net/help/faq/index.jsp?faq=Email117481. If you are a Comcast Commercial Services customer and need support, please contact email@example.com
That comcast link goes to
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Is https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/email-client-programs-with-xfinity-email what you are looking for?
Thank you. But that is not it. I am emailing from my own domain in Outlook 360 and Earthlink.net buonces my emails with the explanation that my URL is listed on the Policy Block List (PBL).
All residential IP addresses are listed on the PBL. The primary function of the PBL is to prohibit residential server hosting as it is not residential usage. There are also security concerns when it comes to a residential user being able to freely host mail servers from their home network. The issue is likely a misconfiguration in your outlook client settings. Earthlink should not be looking at your client ip if properly setup via Office 365.
Are you able to confirm your current outlook settings?
Thank you. I have no problems if I send the emails from @comcast.net or from @gmail.com only if I send them from @ItalianAmericanClub.Org, that is my website hosted by Godaddy.com. I am using the Outllok settings specified by Godaddy.com
The setting are: POP pop.secureserver.net Port 995 This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL/TLS) Requires logon using Secure Password Authentification
Outgoin mail Server smtpout.secureserver.net Port 465 SSL/TLS
Require logon SPA SMTP requires authentification Use same settings as incoming mail server.
I really appreciate your help.
Thank you for the update. These do appear to be go daddy’s correct settings. Although you will want to reach out to your domain host as it appears there is still a misconfiguration that is causing you to send from you client IP instead of their hosted server.