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Comment: Re:First step is to collect data. (Score 1) 405

by CBravo (#48382121) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How To Unblock Email From My Comcast-Hosted Server?
Actually: Gmail is quite the odd one out. They have their own opinion on how to filter, and quite succesful at it. Hotmail and Yahoo both offer feedbackloop and, sometimes, you can contact them.

Now the anti-spam organisations sure know each other, and share data. But on a larger scale that you would probably see in blacklists (for a full list of blacklists: Since you are not blacklisted, I don't think that that is the issue.

About the messages: Hotmail says you should try again later. Do that. But Yahoo says that there are user complaints... That is probably true. You may actually be sending too little email (that looks like a botnet-like signature). They want a lot of legitimate traffic per IP, not droplets of maybe-spam.

But to conclude: Email is not easy anymore, even if it is your profession (it is mine). Forget about getting to know what is behind the curtains of blacklists and large inbox providers (they have their hands full on real crime to worry about a few false positives).

Comment: Re:Desparate Microsoft pulls a "Sun Microsystems" (Score 1) 525

by CBravo (#48372415) Attached to: Microsoft To Open Source<nobr> <wbr></nobr>.NET and Take It Cross-Platform
There are enough arguments against that conclusion. Just think of all the lost opportunities for businesses and wasting dollars on crap software, with previous MS business methods.To describe this differently: The MS way, is a dead end and you need extra effort to get on the highway again.

Comment: Re:OMG (Score 1) 29

by CBravo (#47746051) Attached to: Iceland Stands Down On Travel Alert: From Orange To Red and Back Again
You can workaround this with procedures. Iceland could provide a radiostation which you must monitor being in the area near the vulcano. The radiostation could periodically/automatically say that everything is OK or that it is not. Obligatory notifications that you are entering and leaving the area are often used.

Thufir's a Harkonnen now.