Last week I became aware of a flurry of attention around forthcoming Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation. ITBusiness.ca ran a twitter round-up under the hashtag #BeCASLReady and suddenly it seemed this was the next big internet legislative thing to be aware of up here in Canada.
You find yourself in a situation where email you send from your domain is being rejected by some remote mail servers with a message that your domain is listed in a DNS based blacklist.
Sooner or later, this happens to almost everybody: you own a domain name and suddenly you start getting weird email bounce messages and you realize the unthinkable: somebody has sent out an email spam with your domain in the message “From” headers! What to do?