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Hi friends,

Recently i noted that the Spamhaus black list extended timing of listing IP(s) at CSS database, any other suggestion to avoid this issue!

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  • Profile picture of the author richiebr
    Yeah, we have seen the same issues at our end.

    We are following this method of assigning IP's to domains one at a time and switching to the next one, while requesting a delisting.

    This has helped slowing down of IP getting burned out fast.
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    • Profile picture of the author interfox
      Originally Posted by richiebr View Post

      Yeah, we have seen the same issues at our end.

      We are following this method of assigning IP's to domains one at a time and switching to the next one, while requesting a delisting.

      This has helped slowing down of IP getting burned out fast.

      Could you explain me by an example ?

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    What he is saying is that he mails using 1 IP and 1 domain at a time.
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  • Profile picture of the author richiebr
    Hey,

    Sorry for such a delayed response to your query.

    And thanks to DIABL0 for the same.

    I would just like to add that the method am following right now, is to get a single domain; with multiple IPs assigned to the email server. I keep sending emails until I notice that the IP which I currently am using gets blacklisted. If it does get blacklisted, I switch to the next IP and continue my work. In the meantime I request a delist for the IP that has got blacklisted and leave it be for sometime. Ideally, I get a few IP say something like 5 or 10 depending on volume and then keep a watch over these IP.
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  • Profile picture of the author sendizo
    Hey!
    Your IPs or Domain name can get listed on SpamHaus blacklist for tons of reasons, SpamHaus tends to keep low information and details about their blacklist! so no one can knows exactly how they work! But their are steps you should follow to not get blacklists.

    Main reason is spamtrap. You should clean your email list from bounces and spamtraps. (Keep valid users only of your lists)
    Use the minimum number of IPs and Domains to send your mail, Here's why its a bad idea to use large number of IPs and domain to send emails: https://base.sendizo.com/discussion/...bad-idea?new=1


    You can check a report I wrote recently about IP warm up and Deliverability best practice here:

    https://sendizo.com/download/IP-Warm-up-Sendizo.pdf

    If you could PM me more information, I may can help you find the reasons why you got blacklisted.

    Have a wonderful day!
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    There is nothing wrong with using a large amount of IPs. It just depends on the situation and data your trying to send. But I will agree on keeping your lists clean...that's key.
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