Seeking domain that is not rejected

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Seeking domain that is not rejected

Postby milkbadger » Sun Jan 19, 2020 4:23 am

If anyone is willing to share it with me privately, I would like to find a SG domain that is not included in the denylist at https://github.com/ivolo/disposable-email-domains.

If you do know of such a domain, please do not post it publicly in this thread, in order to keep it safe from Kickbox and their cronies.
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Re: Seeking domain that is not rejected

Postby JM-L » Sun Jan 19, 2020 5:08 pm

I do all my private emails through Spamgourmet and never tell anybody else my real address. If some paranoid administrator declines this I try to convince them or I turn away.

For the, very view, hopeless but important cases I registered a GMX address which I normally don't check. I then configure a mail forwarding for them there what is sort of a positive list.

It works fine for me. Only it's a bit difficult for them to reach me if they use different sender addresses. Their problem and I try to tell them, what unfortunately often doesn't help in the modern process driven world.
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Re: Seeking domain that is not rejected

Postby JustPassingThrough » Sun Jan 26, 2020 9:17 pm

JM-L wrote:I do all my private emails through Spamgourmet and never tell anybody else my real address. If some paranoid administrator declines this I try to convince them or I turn away.

For the, very view, hopeless but important cases I registered a GMX address which I normally don't check. I then configure a mail forwarding for them there what is sort of a positive list.

It works fine for me. Only it's a bit difficult for them to reach me if they use different sender addresses. Their problem and I try to tell them, what unfortunately often doesn't help in the modern process driven world.


It seems like lately all of my efforts to use SG addresses are getting rejected. :( Registering a new address and forwarding from there does not seem like an effective solution to me.

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Re: Seeking domain that is not rejected

Postby josiah » Wed Jan 29, 2020 7:11 am

If you haven't gotten one, and you have a domain you would like to use, send SysKoll me a PM. If it continues to not work, I'll need to evaluate how people who seem to deem themselves the adversaries of personal, proactive privacy are combating this.
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Re: Seeking domain that is not rejected

Postby JustPassingThrough » Thu Feb 06, 2020 9:07 am

josiah wrote:If you haven't gotten one, and you have a domain you would like to use, send SysKoll me a PM. If it continues to not work, I'll need to evaluate how people who seem to deem themselves the adversaries of personal, proactive privacy are combating this.


Thank you, and I hope all is well with you and your family. I like how you worded that: the adversaries of personal, proactive privacy! The OP sent me a message but unfortunately deleted it before I read it. Hopefully s/he/they did find one.

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Re: Seeking domain that is not rejected

Postby nottooshabby » Mon Oct 19, 2020 2:23 am

Hello, can anyone PM me with a domain that is not on the list please. I've been having some difficulty signing up for a new service as they are filtering spamgourmet domains.
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Re: Seeking domain that is not rejected

Postby milkbadger » Wed Oct 21, 2020 4:43 pm

josiah wrote:I'll need to evaluate how people who seem to deem themselves the adversaries of personal, proactive privacy are combating this.

They have a list of services (Spamgourmet, Email Generator, etc.) that they want to block, and they track their MX hostnames (gourmet7.spamgourmet.com, generator.email, etc.).

They and their partners are likely harvesting email domains from customers. When they encounter an unrecognized domain, they look up its MX record. If it points to one of the known hostnames, they add the domain to the block list.
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