If you are an end-user, and your email to Los Angeles Free-Net was blocked, please forward a copy of the blocked email with all headers intact to your ISP, network provider, or system administrator. The email block is because of your ISP, network provider or system administrator, not because of you. And, only your ISP, network provider, or system administrator can make the necessary changes to remove the email block. Your ISP, network provider, or system administrator will interact with Los Angeles Free-Net on your behalf to remove the block of their network and your email.
If you are an ISP, network provider, or system administrator, please read the following.
Your customer's or user's email to Los Angeles Free-Net was blocked because we have unresolved abuse complaints for your network, because you have publicly blacklisted spam sites, or because you operate an open spam relay/proxy through which spam was sent to Los Angeles Free-Net.
The Los Angeles Free-Net blocks email from:
The Los Angeles Free-Net desires to maintain full connectivity with all Internet sites, and would be delighted to remove our block of your network.
After you have acted on our unresolved abuse complaints, closed your spam relays/proxies, and removed from public abuse databases your blacklisted spam sites, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your customer's blocked email (including headers) indicating your actions. Los Angeles Free-Net will remove the block of your network, and reply with an acknowledgement.
If your mail relay does not allow open spam relaying, send email to email@example.com with a copy of your customer's blocked email (including headers), and indicate that your mail relay does not allow open spam relaying. Los Angeles Free-Net will reply with the reason for our block of your network, and will work with you to remove the block of your network.