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|Why not Kentucky?||OH6NT||on 24/11/13|
Perhaps K4UU submitted the QSO with missing or incorrect information. Have you tried contacting him directly?
You should have the following lines under "Worked Station":
|email forwarding||N1ZX||on 18/10/13|
|The provider cut-over seems to have occurred as scheduled. The first message forwarded from my @arrl.net address via the new provider was delivered shortly after 10am EST on the 15th.
Since then my traffic volume has been as expected.
|email forwarding||N1ZX||on 11/10/13|
|I just recently received a notice from the ARRL about a change to @arrl.net service:
"On October 15, 2013 ARRL will be switching providers for the ARRL.NET email forwarding service. The change will take place at 8:00am Eastern Time. There should be no interruption in the forwarding of messaging during this transition."
Perhaps this will resolve the issues you're experiencing.
|Email forwards still slow or not working||KA0MVK||on 28/9/13|
Can you please post one of those bounce messages here?
|Email forwards still slow or not working||KA0MVK||on 16/9/13|
If I'm understanding you correctly you're attempting to send mail through your @arrl.net address from your home address.
That message is telling you that some stage of the delivery chain between your home address and the arrl.net mail-servers is checking your message against the blacklist maintained by spamcop.net and is using that as grounds for rejection.
It's hard to say which mail-server (MX, or Mail eXchanger) along the way is at fault without seeing one of the bounce messages.
Once thing you can do is visit http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml and follow the instructions on that page, specifically in the "Received a Report from SpamCop?" section.