Blacklisting Monitoring Service

Blacklisting is the action of a group or authority which is compiling a blacklist (or black list) of people, countries, or other entities to be avoided or distrusted. As a verb, blacklist can mean to put an individual or entity on such a list.

Being blacklisted can mean that your open rate is below the industry average, that your key customers are simply not seeing your emails!

How do you know if your email server has been blacklisted?

Are you sure your domain name is not on a spam blacklist?

How do you ensure the email you are sending reaches your customers?

Do you still believe that only spammers get blacklisted? Since you have never sent a single unsolicited email in your life, you are immune, right?

this is serious!

You do not need to be a spammer to be included into an email blacklist.

Your mail server may be improperly configured and actively manipulated by bad guys.

Software installed on your server may be exploited.

Your workstation may be infected and forced to send spam without your knowledge.

And the worst is: blacklist maintainers will not notify you about including the IP of your mail server into their spam database.

BUT We are here to help!

WP Expert will help you ensure that the email messages you are sending are successfully delivered.

Our blacklist monitoring service will check your mail server against over 168 email blacklists (commonly called Real-time Blacklist, DNSBL, or RBL).

If your mail server has been blacklisted, WP Expert will get notified, and we will take action instantly. We will endeavor to remove your domain from the blacklist(s).

If the problem is at the provider/hosting company level, we will notify you or them to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the meaning of a blacklist?
Blacklisting is the action of a group or authority which is compiling a blacklist (or black list) of people, countries, or other entities to be avoided or distrusted. As a verb, blacklist can mean to put an individual or entity on such a list.
What is an email blacklist?
An email blacklist is a real-time database that determines if an IP address is sending emails that could be considered spam.
Why is my email on a blacklist?
It’s not uncommon for a mail IP address to end up on a public blacklist, especially on a shared server. It could be due to the overall volume of mails coming from that server, or messages could seem to have characteristics of spam in them. Another common cause is email forwarders.
Why does it say my IP address is blacklisted?
If your IP address is blacklisted, this doesn’t necessarily mean there is cause for concern. Some blacklists automatically add any IP address that is assigned via DHCP from the ISP. If you send spam or run a mail server that is not properly configured, and it allows spam to be sent, that IP address will get blacklisted.
How do you get off the blacklist?
First, you should see what blacklist you have landed on. WP Expert will be doing this for you by running a blacklist check on your domain name or IP address. This will give us a list of blacklists you have been put on. Once that is established, we will be going through each blacklist procedure and will be figuring out how to remove it. We can do it for you. No worries, or concerns.

Definitions

What is a DNSBL or a RBL?
A DNS-based Blackhole List (DNSBL), or a Real-time Blackhole List (RBL) is an effort to stop email spamming. It is a “blacklist” of locations on the Internet reputed to send spam emails.
What is an SPF record?
An SPF record is a type of Domain Name Service (DNS) record that identifies which mail servers are permitted to send emails on behalf of your domain. The purpose of an SPF record is to prevent spammers from sending messages with forged From addresses at your domain.
What is a DKIM record used for?
A DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is a method to validate the authenticity of email messages. When each email is sent, it is signed using a private key and then validated on the receiving mail server (or ISP) using a public key that is in a DNS.
What is a DMARC record?
Once an SPF and a DKIM are in place, you configure a DMARC by adding policies to your domain’s DNS records in the form of TXT records (just like with an SPF or an ADSP).

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