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    I used to have zimbra setup to forward emails to my old hotmail, which is now upgraded to outlook. Outlook thinks all of my contacts are evil and sends them a 550 sc-001 error when I get an email from them saying the message is spam. Problem is I can't stop this forwarding from zimbra, even though I don't see the outlook account in my forwarding anymore and it is not setup as a filter to forward. Is there any other thing I can try to stop zimbra from forwarding to my outlook?

    I don't really know who to talk to about this, outlook seems unhelpful.
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    <nate322@hotmail.com> (expanded from <nrohner@gatech.edu>): host
    mx4.hotmail.com[65.54.188.72] said: 550 SC-001 (BAY0-MC1-F37)
    Unfortunately, messages from 130.207.165.39 weren't sent. Please contact
    your Internet service provider since part of their network is on our block
    list. You can also refer your provider to
    Troubleshooting. (in reply to MAIL
    FROM command)

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    Issue has been solved.
    @Mod please close

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