Re: [anti-spam-wg] [Fwd: [Fwd: [MAPS #218778] Re: WWW remove for 195.242.150.2]]

  • To: postmaster@localhost, b.shmorgun@localhost
  • From: Brian Nisbet <brian.nisbet@localhost
  • Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2007 16:10:56 +0100

Hi,

Unfortunately I do not believe there is any way the AS WG can
help you in this regard.  We have no involvement with or ties
to the MAPS system or the Trend Micro corporation.  In addition
there is no way in which we could act as an authoritative
representative for this address range.

Indeed, any such action or interaction falls well outside the
role of this working group.

Unfortunately the only real suggestion I can make is that you
continue to speak to MAPS and/or escalate this matter with your
ISP and MAPS.

Regards,

Brian.

postmaster@localhost wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> We are have a problem with one of the anti-spam database mail-abuse.org
> Unfortunately, they include us  in the DUL (dynamically assigned
> addresses network) database.
> But we have fully configured and working DNS without any dynamic
> addresses in it. This is 195.242.150.0/24  network. We also have own AS
> for this net.
> Removal requests sent from us and our internet provider has been ignored
> (we have sent many e-mails with some result - no answer from other side).
> One of the response from mail-abuse.org is included - looks like a robot
> on their side - we answered to this e-mail but without any
> answer/reaction from them.
> Help please in this situation or forward this message to corresponding
> person - this is critical for our company because we have mail-servers
> in this network and can't communicate with our clients that using
> mail-abuse.org database.
> 
> Thank you so much.
> 
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Subject:
> [Fwd: [MAPS #218778] Re: WWW remove for 195.242.150.2]
> From:
> Bogdan Shmorgun <b.shmorgun@localhost
> Date:
> Thu, 09 Aug 2007 11:46:37 +0300
> To:
> Dream Line ISP support@localhost
> 
> To:
> Dream Line ISP support@localhost
> 
> Return-path:
> <b.shmorgun@localhost
> Envelope-to:
> johnson@localhost
> Delivery-date:
> Thu, 09 Aug 2007 11:47:43 +0300
> Received:
> from exim by mail.dream.net.ua with spam-scanned (Exim 4.61)
> (envelope-from <b.shmorgun@localhost) id 1IJ3gF-0003YC-Cf for
> johnson@localhost Thu, 09 Aug 2007 11:47:43 +0300
> X-Spam-Checker-Version:
> SpamAssassin 3.1.0 (2005-09-13) on grey.dream.net.ua
> X-Spam-Status:
> No, score=0.4 required=5.0 tests=AWL,HTML_MESSAGE, HTML_TAG_EXIST_TBODY
> autolearn=no version=3.1.0
> X-Spam-Report:
> * 0.1 HTML_TAG_EXIST_TBODY BODY: HTML has "tbody" tag * 0.0 HTML_MESSAGE
> BODY: HTML included in message * 0.3 AWL AWL: From: address is in the
> auto white-list
> Received:
> from mail3.nikitova.com ([195.242.150.2]) by mail.dream.net.ua with
> esmtp (Exim 4.61) (envelope-from <b.shmorgun@localhost) id
> 1IJ3gD-0003Wa-1I for support@localhost Thu, 09 Aug 2007 11:47:41 +0300
> Received:
> from [127.0.0.1] ([192.168.0.68]) by mail3.nikitova.com (8.13.4/8.13.1)
> with ESMTP id l798oOlF072851 for support@localhost; Thu, 9 Aug 2007
> 11:50:25 +0300 (EEST) (envelope-from b.shmorgun@localhost)
> Message-ID:
> <46BAD46D.2050503@localhost
> User-Agent:
> Thunderbird 2.0.0.6 (Windows/20070728)
> MIME-Version:
> 1.0
> X-Enigmail-Version:
> 0.95.2
> Content-Type:
> multipart/alternative; boundary="------------020804010302050702010302"
> X-Virus-Scanned:
> ClamAV 0.86.1/3904/Thu Aug 9 05:01:48 2007 on mail3.nikitova.com
> X-Virus-Status:
> Clean
> 
> 
> Hi there,
> 
> please, forward this e-mail to anti-spam-wg@localhost
> <mail  about this problem from
> postmaster@localhost with me (b.shmorgun@localhost) in CC:
> 
> The message body:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> We are have a problem with one of the anti-spam database mail-abuse.org
> Unfortunately, they include us  in the DUL (dynamically assigned
> addresses network) database.
> But we have fully configured and working DNS without any dynamic
> addresses in it. This is 195.242.150.0/24  network. 
> We also have own AS for this net.
> Removal requests sent from us and our internet provider has been ignored
> (we have sent many e-mails with some result - no answer from other side).
> One of the response from mail-abuse.org is included - looks like a robot
> on their side - we answered to this e-mail but without any
> answer/reaction from them.
> Help please in this situation or forward this message to corresponding
> person - this is critical for our company because we have mail-servers
> in this network and can't communicate with our clients that using
> mail-abuse.org database.
> 
> Thank you so much,
> 
> Bogdan
> =====================================
> Bogdan Shmorgun
> Head of System Administration Department - NIKITOVA
> Call: +1 (773) 913-8015
> Fax:  +1 (773) 442-0693
> Email: B.Shmorgun@localhost
> Visit: www.nikitova.com
> 
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: 	[MAPS #218778] Re: WWW remove for 195.242.150.2
> Date: 	Tue, 31 Jul 2007 20:23:03 GMT
> From: 	Chuck Farnham via RT dul@localhost
> Reply-To: 	dul@localhost
> To: 	b.shmorgun@localhost
> 
> 
> 
> To process your request in  timely matter, we need to make sure we are
> in contact with the responsible owner of the IP block(s).
> 
> Please assist us by resending your request directly to
> dul@localhost from an authoritative account such as: abuse@(domain
> name) or postmaster@(domain name). Please DO NOT send this back using
> the web form as it will not show you as authoritative.
> 
> Once we have determined we have the responsible party and information,
> we can begin the removal process.
> 
> Here is the information we need:
> 
> - Total allocated space in CIDR format.
> - Total dynamic space in CIDR fromat.
> - Total static space in CIDR format
> 
> 
> --CW Farnham
> Trend Micro, NSSG (formerly MAPS, a division of Kelkea)
> http://www.mail-abuse.com/
> 
> 
> 
>