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  1. MailGroot524

    MailGroot524 New Member

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    Hi Mailers

    Recently I have been getting my domains DBL'd as soon as I bring them on my platform.

    Prior to me even mailing on them sometimes.

    I have tried switching up the contact information for each domain and that seems to have not had much positive impact on my situation.

    Does having multiple registrars really eliminate this issue?

    Is there a benefit in using either method? (switching contact info) 0r (having one set legit contact template)

    Can someone help please? This has been driving me nuts and costing me lots of mula.

    Appreciate the feedback guys
     
  2. nickphx

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    DBL is automated. Something about your domains is standing out. I doubt you will get much more information about how to "defeat" DBL posted in a public forum.
     
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    Ok thank you
     
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    Actually, it happens once RDNS is setup on a range that is seeing a lot of email.

    Spamhaus seems to have some sorta auto-scanning on ranges.

    Hold off on RDNS until right before you send a campaign or don't use RDNS at all and see how that affects you.

    Report back your findings for the benefit of all.
     
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    It can actually happen before you set RDNS too
     
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    Yup! Spamhaus is going and looking at every domain I have at one particular Registrar and has SBL'd everything in that account, whether it has a DNS assignment or not.
     
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    I just brought in two brand new domains from a new registrar assigned them to an SBL /26 and before mailing on domains. One has already been SBL'd
     
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    Not to mention I did not even have RDNS set up.....this is getting fucking ridiculous.
     
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    Totally ridiculous. They have apparently put a new piece of technology into place as of today...
     
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    no, they haven't.
     
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    Good input. Thanks
     
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    I switch my contact info for every domain. Literally everything is different for each one. I have to keep my whois info public in order to run my mail (platform rules).

    Started using Enom yesterday, first two domains I bring in the system were assigned to a /26. RDNS not even done. Before I knew it, one was DBL'd in the first 3 hours. The second was DBL'd sometime 9pm-8am (PST)
     
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    Throughput
     
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    No I think I have tried that. But I will do so again to make sure. And let you all know. Thanks a lot
     
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    Mailgroot, did I read right, u are pointing these domains at an already SBL'd range? Could also be a factor.
     
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    Ya i do point some domains to SBL'd ranges. However I point domains to VPS's with no listing and I still get DBL'd.

    This has been the biggest headache to solve lately
     
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    I have noticed that spamhaus can check the whois record of the domain and can list all the domains from the same account!
    so if a domain got listed. the other parked domains under the same whois info can be listed too!!

    same goes for SpamHaus CSS, it list the whole range. and its really hard to get of SpamHaus radar once they list IP/Domain.
     

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