Here’s a round-up of our how-to series on removing your email server from spam blacklist. Please let me know what information you need, so I can continue to improve these tutorials. I will be adding more ISPs to the list. Currently, I cover Gmail, Godaddy, Earthlink, and Yahoo.
How do you know if you are on a blacklist? You have to check your email bounces. See our Understanding Email Bounces: The Ultimate Guide for more details.
If your email is being blocked by ATT.net, SBCGlobal.net, or Bellsouth.net, your server may be blocked by ATT’s spam blacklist.
If you are seeing “firstname.lastname@example.org” email errors, then this how-to will tell you how to get off Earthlink’s blacklist.
If you are seeing blocks by Barracuda, this how to outlines the simple removal process.
If you are seeing blocks by the CBL (Composite Blocking List), this how to outlines the simple removal process.
If you are seeing “Please_visit_http://www.google.com/mail/help/bulk_mail.html_to_review_our_Bulk_Email_Senders_Guidelines” errors, then this blacklist removal tutorial is for you.
If you cannot send email to someone and you are getting a bounce from secureserver.net, you can channel your frustration toward GoDaddy. Secureserver.net is their email server’s name.
If you cannot send email to someone at a Hotmail, MSN or Microsoft’s Live.com email address, then you may be blacklisted at the MSN network.
A quick an easy process to remove your server’s IP from the SpamCop blacklist.
Your guide to removing your server’s IP from Spamhaus’ Blacklists.
Depending on the type of block you will get different errors, but most will include a URL with “postmaster.yahoo.com” in it. If you see, this then our Yahoo email blacklist removal tutorial will help you get off the list.