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  1. PushSend

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    While I haven't tried this yet, it has merrit in my opinion. And at only $20 per year it's certainly affordable enough to give it a shot to for the hell of it. Has anyone used these guys? Results? I've asked a few serious peeps about this site and the word used was "legit"...

    EmailReg.org



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    Word is this helps with Barracuda delivery....
     
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    hey Push,

    as I said in the other thread on Barracuda - we have used it and it does work.

    Since adding our IPs into emailreg, we NO LONGER get BBL listings plus we get to see anyone spoofing our domains and report them as illegitimate (even though SPF and Sender ID does that too) you would be shocked how many mailers try to spoof an ESPs domains.

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    EmailReg.org is owned/run by Barracuda but there is no mention of the affiliation on the emailreg website; while the Barracuda site implies that emailreg is an independent organization, which it's not. This is what my grandpa used to call "a racket".
     
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    Grampa Jester was right :)

    Return Path is a racket as well but if it gets you to the inbox or saves the trouble of filling out the Barracuda form everytime (and for only 20.00) then I say play ball.
     
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    Hey Jedi,

    Have you ever had an IP delisted after registering it on EmailReg.org even though the official word is that they do not help with delisting?

    Emailreg.org will not get you delisted from Barracuda Block List (BRBL)
    Posted on 2009-04-13
    There appears to be some confusion that EMAILREG.ORG is a way to get off of some of the Barracuda IP Block lists (BRBL). This is not the case. Emailreg.org is primarily a whitelist of IP's with domains. It does not have any impact on Barracuda Networks block lists such as the BRBL. If you want to be delisted from a Barracuda Block List please contact Barracuda Networks at their technical site: www.barracudacentral.org

    [Source: EmailReg.org]
     
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    hi Asiatiki,

    we have not had a listing at Barracuda since going on EmailReg. They (Barracuda) got a lot of heat from anti-spammers and DNSBl types when they launched this service so I assume that is why they put that notice on there.

    However - this is just my experience. I make no guarantees for what they would do to anyone else.

    For me, the whole point of this is - is 20.00 worth it to cover your IPs. If not, then you can manually delist your IPs which really isn't that hard and I have never seen Barracuda reject a delisting request.

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    hummm...I'm always a little paranoid when it comes to registering or entering my ip into any data base that scrubbes for listing. Granted my background is in dealing with whitelisted domains only and NOT so much GI, so getting listed was never an issue. However, if $20/ip gets rid of having to check each indivdaul ip on a daily basis, then it might be worth a test:top:
     
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    I think it's $20 per domain, not per IP - even cheaper :)
     
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    $20 a year for better delivery???

    It is per domain and it's an annual cost, so your $20 goes a looooong way if you're in the GI world. As I am, I'm going to throw a couple domains in here and see what happens. I know from NOT having done this how quickly I can get my IPs listed w/Barracuda so I'll know pretty quickly whether or not it's worth it. But as Barracuda will kill your delivery into GI, AND if you knew you could get even a few additional days of delivery out before you got listed, how much would you make after having invested a preemptive $20 to get a domain registered?? I know from my experience it would be thousands.

     

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