P4's or Core2's
CentOS Linux 5.5 64 bit
30 IP's - Like the IP's to be non-sequential and from different c-class if possible
10Mbps Bandwidth Burstable to 100Mbps
I am a compliant mailer. I do all the feedback loops to the top domains. DNS, RDNS, DKEYS and SPFS are all in line. We clean our list through Quickie. Over the last year only had 2 complainers and they were removed and banned from our network within 24 hours plus we send you the opt-in information to satisfy you and the ISP.
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With IPs getting a bit tight, 30 non-sequential IPs might be difficult to get from many ISPs without adequate justification (which bulk-mail tends not to be). However, I could still be wrong about that.
Why do you need them on different c-classes? In case one gets blacklisted you can jump on another on?
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