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After SPRBRN confirmed my suspicion that requesting to get off of Blacklists was a losing game, I came up with a few other ideas to reduce my emails from going into spam. I first noticed that my DNS TXT record for my SPF had a bad syntax, something that Google warns can create a spam designation. So I fixed it using easySPF wizard. Rather than just ...


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Don't bother getting that IP off those lists. Too much effort, outcome uncertain, and no guarantee for the future. How much mail do you send? Is that hundreds of mails per months, or tens of thousands? If it's not more than hundreds, use the mailserver of your ISP - your home cable account. Or rent another cheap mail account like mailbox.org for 1 euro per ...


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Also, there is a service called nslookup that does reverse ip to domain name search. If given an ip it will try to find the relevant hostname(s) associated with it. Work from there then. If on *nix, try "man nslookup" and e.g. "man host". Online, try http://network-tools.com/nslook/ . Sometimes no hostnames are associated with a given ip but the ip will be ...


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Yes there is. Some analytic services offer just this - such as Lucky Orange. If you're looking to attempt it yourself there are a number of IP Geolocation databases you can choose from. Some are 'open' and others require you to pay for access. None are 100% reliable however and you'll want to keep that in mind when using this data! Be wary of any company ...



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