AOL FBL's

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  1. B.Bro

    B.Bro New Member

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    Hello,
    Im in the process of setting up some AOL FBL's and since im new to this I wanted to seek advice. I am setting it up for each domain to have 5 IPs linked to it. When setting it up does AOL prefer 1 domain to 1 IP or is 5 IPs acceptable? Also, I have 25 domains and want to set up FBLs for all of them. Is there a certain rule to follow? What I mean is, does AOL frown on having 25 FBLs all from the same range of IPs? Any help is appreciated.


    Thanks,

    Bill
     
  2. jpcserv

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    Hi,

    Just from my own experience I have used 5-7 ips to 1 domain for many years with no problems and don't think that having 25 FBLs from the same range is a problem either. FYI, if one of your domains is being blocked by them you will never get an FBL. A simple test is to send an email containing a domain in the body to one of your aol/aim seed accounts and if blocked it will come back with the error.

    Good Luck,

    jpc

     
  3. noobking

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    good tips for the domain
     
  4. B.Bro

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    jpcserv - thank you for the reply. It was very helpful and im going to go check my domains right now. Thanks again!!
     
  5. jpcserv

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    Thanks noob, To take it a little further, I realize that this is elementary to many here but on some rare occasions an unmasked affiliate unsubscribe or image link might be blocked by aol and this test will show the HVU block. My thought is if aol doesn't like the url and is blocking it many others won't either. They probably don't block as aol does but will dump you in the spam folder.

    B.Bro You are welcome and happy to help!

    -jpcserv
     

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