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Another Portland web hosting user has been removed from our network because they are unable to follow the following instructions:

User E-mail rules for Web Hosting Clients:

  1. Do not send unsolicited e-mail to your clients or customers unless you are using an approved third-party mail delivery method that is compliant with the current standards for spam prevention.
  2. See rule #1 Failure to do so will result in the loss of your hosting account.

We’re sorry for the inconvenience to all of our other 680+ web hosting customers, but one of the PDXTC mail servers was again blocked yesterday by Comcast, because someone was too cheap to hire a reputable mail delivery service to handle their business E-mail communications.

I’ve written before about using services like iContact and how it protects you the business owner, as well as your customers and all other businesses that may be sharing your mail server from this headache.

They even have a 30 day free trial:

Anyway, we’re sorry for the inconvenience, but as you can see by the letter below the Comcast problem has been resolved.

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