Just beginning mailing AOL

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  1. rich0001

    rich0001 VIP

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    My original IP's /21 just turned red on AOL reputation (was trying to rehabilitate them and they went down - a GI mailer killed the IP space).

    On new IP's is it necessary to "deep six" the domains too for AOL mailing? (am using 5 domains per /24).

    Thx.
     
  2. supermanfun

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    Yup ,i think it is quite important.
     
  3. flamon18

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    "deep six"???


    Excuse my ingnorance, not sure what that means.... Thanks
     
  4. mrlucky123

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    I'm questioning that same thing too lol, at first I misread it as "deep throat"
     
  5. postmaster

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    Rich, if it were me, I'd start over with fresh domains too. But I think 1 domain per /24 would be fine.
     
  6. Daansen

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    No local slang on public forums! :)
     
  7. babylonian

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    In my experience and testing, this is not necessary at all. Domains seem not to be hurt in the process.
     

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