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  1. I've used a me-AT-my-domain email address for years (with my domain hosted by a TCH Starter plan). At one point, my mom's work ISP was blocking my emails, which was annoying. Now, it's happening again with a different ISP: Today, I tried to send an email to my parents at their home address (@verizon.net) and got the following: This message was created automatically by mail delivery software. A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed: [my parents]@verizon.net SMTP error from remote mail server after MAIL FROM:<[me-AT-my-domain]> SIZE=3714: host relay.verizon.net [206.46.232.11]: 550 Email from your Email Service Provider is currently blocked by Verizon Online's anti-spam system. The email "sender" or Email Service Provider may visit http://www.verizon.net/whitelist and request removal of the block. I'm looking for some advice. Should I try to resolve this issue with Verizon? I'm sure this kind of thing will just keep happening. Maybe I should swallow my pride, give up my cool me-AT-my-domain address, and start using Yahoo/Gmail like everyone else.
  2. >you do need to change it to the domain name. Okay, I will do this ASAP. >why doesn't Alison host the files on her own account ? she is also with TCH. Next time she gets a big unpredictable traffic spike that consumes all available bandwidth, we want the music to go offline first, without the site's HTML pages going offline. This is why I don't want her music on the same TCH account as her html pages. The entire situation is only temporary. My plan is to put the music files on a "burstable" hosting plan like fileburst.
  3. I am hosting http://207.44.240.63/~ericolo/songs/Alison...ken%20Tango.mp3 and several other files in the same directory. Of course I could link to the files via http://www.ericology.com/songs/ instead, but I'm hosting the files for a friend's website (alisongist.com), and I don't want her visitors to be confused, seeing "transferring from ericology.com..." in their status bar. I prefer that they just see "transferring from 207.44.240.63...". I know that I'm using considerable bandwidth to host these files, but it's not showing up in cpanel's awstats--not a single hit has registered. Also, it doesn't seem to be showing up on the bandwidth page (frontend/bluelagoon/stats/bandwidth.html). Any thoughts?
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