Is it easy to re-build an IP reputation when it is below 10 on senderscore

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  1. hisoka222

    hisoka222 New Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Is it easy to re-build an IP reputation when it is below 10 on senderscore?
     
  2. sendizo

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    I am not exactly sure. But if I were you, I would rebuild the machine re-set the mail set up. change the domain (Domain used: Tracking, Authentication and hostnames)
    I would stop sending for like 4 weeks (an email deliverability expert once told me that it takes 6 months to get clean), then re-warm up the IPs.
     
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    separate your mailing and ip ranges by domain type.

    senderscore is mostly from broadband
    senderbase is from GI
    big 4 are on its own world.

    get a new domain, change rdns, resubmit fbl....that will work too....

    Yes, you can rehab IP space or else legacy ranges that are now used by others would forever be tainted.
    Yet that is not the case, as changes to IP ownership happens and the passage of time heals all IP from RBL damage.
    This is the same reason the entire worlds ip range is not in the SBL.
     

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