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The mail server IP connecting to Windows Live Hotmail server has exceeded the connection limit allowed

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Hi,
Im a trying to e-mail my customers to tell them about an open day I am holding, most of my users have Hotmail accounrts and I am getting a message back saying "The mail server IP connecting to Windows Live Hotmail server has exceeded the connection limit allowed" is there any way I can add my company to a safe list.
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How many recipients are you trying to send emails to?  Have you ever been able to send any of them an email?

If so, it sounds like maybe you are limited to how many emails you can send to hotmail at a time...  Try splitting up your list.  It may be some sort of anti-spam measure to protect against mass mailing.
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