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Posted on 2016-10-26
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Can someone tell me what this means:

Delivery to the following recipient has been delayed:

     jboland11@cox.net

Message will be retried for 1 more day(s)

Technical details of temporary failure:
The recipient server did not accept our requests to connect. Learn more at https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7720
[mx.west.cox.net. 68.6.19.3: 421 fed1rmimpi211.cox.net cox 209.85.214.66 blocked - Error Code: CDRBL - Refer to Error Codes section at http://postmaster.cox.net/confluence/display/postmaster/Error+Codes for more information.
]
[mx.east.cox.net. 68.1.17.3: 421 eastrmimpi109.cox.net cox 209.85.214.65 blocked - Error Code: CDRBL - Refer to Error Codes section at http://postmaster.cox.net/confluence/display/postmaster/Error+Codes for more information.
]

I have had a number of issues of this email address NOT receiving emails I sent.

Thanks
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Question by:Richard Korts
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by:Austin Texas
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It means your mail server was not able to contact their mail server but that it will try again later in case there is a network outage that is temporary.
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Kyu Lapiz earned 500 total points
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Hi Richard,

The errors are found on the links.

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7720

For the error CDRBL:
http://postmaster.cox.net/confluence/display/postmaster/Error+Codes

The problem is with your email provider which is Cox. The link shows message that Cox has temporarily blocked your IP address due to exhibiting behavior characteristic of spam
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by:Austin Texas
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Kyu is correct. I was too general.  The error message refers to an RBL (real-time blackhole list) which is a list maintained of spam email offenders.

Regardless, your ISP is probably on it and it will resolve within a day. I know that may not seem good enough so feel free to call them and complain. It probably won't change anything but it might make you feel better. (It would me)
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