Anyone Have a Good GI filter List?

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  1. Mike91TT

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    I have a list of filters I use to get a pure GI list, but looks like I still manage to get some cables/isps in the mix causing lower delivery. Just wondered if anyone out there would be willing to share their GI filter list. Looking to really filter my lists down to the most purely GI lists possible.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Thanks for the link. So basically all of those plus the obvious yahoo/aol/gmail/live/hotmail/msn should give me a pretty damn GI list. Is this basically what you do for your GI mailing?
     
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    if you want to get as granular as possible you need to go by mx rather than domain, many domains use a big 4 or cable as their mx.

    you can either use software to scan your domains and give you their mx, or use logging of the mx in your mta if it has that feature and get them from the log file, or just block the mx of all of the big4/cables on your mta, if it has that feature
     

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