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More than 20,000 arrl.net, arrl.org Email Addresses Blocked by Microsoft:

from The ARRL Letter on March 7, 2013
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More than 20,000 arrl.net, arrl.org Email Addresses Blocked by Microsoft:

The ARRL IT staff has been notified that Microsoft is blocking e-mail to the more than 20,000 members who use the arrl.net e-mail forwarding service to forward e-mail to Microsoft domains (hotmail.com, msn.com, live.com and outlook.com). In addition, the blockage is also affecting those members of the ARRL's Field Organization and other ARRL volunteers who use an arrl.org alias e-mail address to have e-mail delivered to an address with a Microsoft domain. According to ARRL Information Technology Manager Michael Keane, K1MK, the IT staff is working to have these blocks lifted and e-mail delivery restored to normal operation as quickly as possible.

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The ARRL Letter

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More than 20,000 arrl.net, arrl.org Email Addresses Blocked  
by KT4WO on March 8, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
What do the expect from M$ ..??


Long live Linux.


KT4WO

 
RE: More than 20,000 arrl.net, arrl.org Email Addresses Bloc  
by KT4WO on March 8, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
"they"...not "the" ....my bad
 
More than 20,000 arrl.net, arrl.org Email Addresses Blocked  
by W9CW on March 10, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
I used to have an arrl.net e-mail address using their forwarding service, but dropped it due to the amount of unexplained spam I began receiving. As soon as I deleted the address, and stopped the forwarding service, the amount of spam received dropped substantially. "Cause and effect" perhaps... This may indeed be the reason for Microsoft's actions.
 
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