About two weeks ago, AOL started blocking me from sending e-mail to anyone with an @aol.com e-mail address. I'm getting the old, "users have reported you as spam" error, which actually leads me to believe that this is likely an abusive effort by some morons to fuck with me, which happens more frequently than you'd believe. I've spoken with my hosting providers at Logjamming, and AOL is apparently just giving them a big old runaround.
If anyone reading this knows someone at AOL, or can somehow help me get this resolved, I'd be most grateful.
This is like dealing with the DMV, except the DMV is in India.
UPDATE: Thanks for all the great advice, everyone. It turns out that my mailserver's IP is not on a single black hole list, and shows no signs of compromise, so this is entirely an AOL matter. I was contacted by a very helpful AOL employee . . . but when I attempted to reply, it was bounced. This really absurd and silly, and I've been able to keep a sense of humor about the whole thing. I mean, I can't even reply to the people who are trying to help me get off the blacklist, because I'm on the blacklist. The way things are going, I wouldn't be surprised if I'm asked to fill out at 27B(stroke)6 before it's all over.