I am forwarding a webmail client my AOL account which works fine. Today, my webmail client's mailbox reached it's limit. After cleaning out the client, I am receiving the follow message from AOL: ERROR 554 CON:B1 which apparently means The IP address has been blocked due to a spike in unfavorable e-mail statistics. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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If you are getting CON:B1 blocks and you are a legitimate person who doesn't send mass spam then sorry to say, you are screwed.
AOL has instituted a blocking algorithm that is blackmailing valid IP addresses and mail servers. They are hoping ISPs will pay a license fee to authorize email being sent to AOL. So far no one is buying the BS.
You can file a support request to be removed at http://postmaster.aol.com/SupportRequest.SA.php but that has never worked for us. It is mostly an automated service manned by monkeys to give us something to do instead of complaining on these non-moderated message boards.
We are done with AOL and have transferred all accounts over to Gmail. You should do the same.
Other people asked questions on various topics, and are still waiting for answer. Would be great if you can take a sec and answer them