Hi John, Sorry that my paid email service att has blocked nikonites emails sent to my address. This is not about spam email, but for security reasons, hackers (somehow nikonites IP was misidentified as by att) need to be blocked from hacking into the server and recipients. If you aren't bothered and try following the link I posted previously, you probably will be able to resolve the issue and remove nikonites from att mail blacklist. Understand and appreciate you have to take time and effort to do this. Thanks
Although I have two other email providers: Yahoo and Gmail, both free, I have no intention to use either for my forum account for the reason: they are both free services with little concern for recipients being hacked. Yahoo mail service is the most globally abused target: my experience shows I had several yahoo email addresses and each was bombarded with hundred if not thousand of junk mail every day! Finally, I closed all but one address and never used or read that one. Gmail service is from Google which is the biggest super global data collector, they don't miss anything linked to you and your contacts if under their radar. There is no such as no-value data to them. Privacy protection is my main reason for not using my Gmail address for anything now.
I am to stop babbling about this now and just wait for new development from John's help, if any.
It's none of my business, but I wouldn't expect JDEG to pursue the issue with YOUR ISP at this point. AT&T used to respond to Postmaster queries whether an address was blacklisted... Postmaster for email servers is basically a trouble shooting/info protocol... All mail servers support it... AT&T has seen fit to turn off the portions that support blacklists... IOW, they've quit interacting with folks about their blacklists and aren't responding to their customer's needs...