server temporarily unavailable AUP#MXRT
dpierce6207
Enthusiast - Level 1

Our county volunteer fire association uses mms to augment a limited number of pagers and get emergency notifications out to volunteers.  Over the past several years this has been accomplished by a relatively reliable software system.  However, this year has seen a marked uptick in the number of delayed/permanently failed notifications sent to volunteers using Verizon.  Below is a example of the error message being received......

"Original-Recipient: rfc822; ##########@vzwpix.com
Final-Recipient: rfc822; ##########@vzwpix.com
Status: 452
Action: failed
Last-Attempt-Date: 6 Jun 2024 13:13:20 GMT
Diagnostic-Code: 4.1.0 <email address> server temporarily unavailable AUP#MXRT
Remote-MTA: dns; vrz-mms.mx.a.cloudfilter.net"

Based on local research, the problem seems to be with Verizon's (and/or cloudfilter's) servers limiting/blocking the messages.  Is there some way to get Verizon to rectify this  as these are not SPAM, but emergency notifications?

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