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Outlook 2003 - 554 Sorry, message looks like spam or phish to me (OP)


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kuliddar

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Hey guys,

I've started getting this error on all my emails a few days ago and I am baffled as to what is the problem. I can received but when I try to send I get "554 Sorry, message looks like spam or phish to me (OP)".

Could this be the server with a new filter thinking that I'm sending spam?

Very frustrating because I have to use my hotmail to contact my clients right now which isn't very professional.

Thx :)
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You got a reply here. In looking this message up, however, it appears that it typically comes from the remote server, not from your mail server. You should contact your email provider, though, and ask them if they've changed anything, and also ask them if they can see if your account has been blacklisted for some reason. How are you sending the mail? Is it bulk email to large mailing lists, or is it just to an individual?
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Thanks for the reply.

No it is not mass mail, just individual. Its simply when I try to email someone that I need to contact. Sometimes I will add some CCs but that's it.
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