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    IP Delist

    Hi there, I found out that my server ip is being blacklisted checking through mxtoolbox.com and my web host has already sent a delist request to them and its been 2 days and still no reply from the blacklist site, any idea??

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    Sure, why not try using GoogleApps to host your email?
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    Contact your web host and ask them to solve that problem. That might be not the problem of you.
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    Actually its differs from company to companies IP removal policies some might release the IP soon when requested and some take seven days or even some can also take four weeks. So its better to contact your host so they can check at how many places it has been blacklisted and when it will be release.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inspiron View Post
    Actually its differs from company to companies IP removal policies some might release the IP soon when requested and some take seven days or even some can also take four weeks. So its better to contact your host so they can check at how many places it has been blacklisted and when it will be release.
    Exactly. It just depends on who blocked the IP and what is their policy regarding the IP de-listing. If that takes more time ask your host to change their mail server IP

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    Until you get your ip cleared , it would be a good idea to change your MTA IP address to a secondery ip.
    which kind of MTA are you running there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryy View Post
    Hi there, I found out that my server ip is being blacklisted checking through mxtoolbox.com and my web host has already sent a delist request to them and its been 2 days and still no reply from the blacklist site, any idea??
    SOmetime they do not respond at all what is very annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deny View Post
    SOmetime they do not respond at all what is very annoying.
    when they wont answer via email, try contacting them on the phone.
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