Have you been seeing the following AOL's 521 error code when trying to send your mail?
521 5.2.1 : (CON:B1) http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/554conb1.html"
What does this error message mean?
If you received this error message in your inbox, it means that you tried to send someone at AOL an email message, and AOL's mail server rejected the connection because it's seen just a bit too much spam lately from your mail server.
What can I do?
If you are seeing this error message, you need to talk to your email administrator. In all likelihood, your mail server is sending spam on behalf of a compromised user account (i.e. an account which has been taken over by spammers). The spam traffic is making its way to AOL, and AOL has added your mail server's IP address to an internally maintained AOL IP blacklist.
Solution: Locate the account that is sending spam, and shut it down
What else can I try?
If you can send through a different mail server, that might help to get your email delivered more reliably. For example, if you have a Gmail account, use the Gmail SMTP server to send your mail. Its host name is
smtp.gmail.com. You'll need to enable TLS security, and provide your username and password in order to use Gmail's SMTP server. More information can be found on the Google Support Site.
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