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That would be a very useful site, except that it shows the results as colour-coded icons, and I see the listed and not-listed icons as identical.
From: Mikael Syska [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 08 March 2010 01:56
Subject: Re: How to find where email server has been blacklisted
This sites works for me:
On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 1:24 AM, Rops <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm trying to figure out why some emails get lost, which most likely is due
> to emails killed by ISP spam filter due to high spam score these lost email
> How to find out if some mail server is blacklisted and where?
> Is there any central database for queries from all different blacklists?
> Also IP based search is required and data when and why.
> IP based search may be needed, as server under question has it's mailbox
> hosted with ISP, but I believe that still the virtual server can be
> blacklisted separately based on it's static IP and not the whole ISP mail
> Additional side effect is that emails sent inside company get lost more
> often - I believe because they virtual server is blacklisted somewhere and
> therefore emails sent always gather higher spam score.
> So the question is to find out where it's blacklisted?
> Thanks for any help and guidelines how and where to continue!
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