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    So my domain has been blacklisted because for about 6 hours we were open relay. but now that it is corrected. we cannot send or recieve mail from a certain domain that we used to be able to.

    is there anyway to get off someones blacklist besides contacting them.....not that i dont want to but just wondering. thanks

  • #2
    Re: domain is blacklisted

    Check this if this can help you

    http://www.mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx

    put ur ip

    it will show u the RBLs which has ur IP address listed. Follow the online instruction to get ur IP removed.
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    • #3
      Re: domain is blacklisted

      That will only show the RBL details which he would already have from the error delivery report.
      No other way of removing it appart from contacting them afaik.
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      • #4
        Re: domain is blacklisted

        To be really picky - domains are not blacklisted. They never are. If things were done at a domain level then blackmail would be a major problem on the Internet.

        Hosts are blacklisted, so your IP address is what is being blocked. Therefore as a temporary measure you can route all outbound email out through your ISPs SMTP Server using a SMTP Connector. Of course that is presuming that you have closed the open relay correctly.

        If a specific recipient site is blocking your email then you will need to either follow the instructions in the NDR or contact them to find out how to get off their list. If it is a major ISP (AOL for example) it could be some time before you can send email directly and you will have to route email via your ISPs SMTP server instead.

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        • #5
          Re: domain is blacklisted

          Thank for using our Blacklist tools! Once you have done the lookup on your IP, you can follow the links to the Blacklist websites (via the "details" link or the Blacklist name) and request delisting directly from them. I also want to provide you with a link to a very handy article we posted on our blog: Link removed by Moderator

          This article explains how our services eliminate the problems blacklists cause and how they are oftentimes recurring and hard to permanently fix. If you can't get resolution to the problems, don't hesitate to call or e-mail me and we can discuss the problems further.

          Thanks,
          @MxToolBox
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          • #6
            Re: domain is blacklisted

            Thank you all for your help

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