New Server IPs,all blacklisted

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  1. noobking

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    I ordered a new server, however all IPs are blacklisted like barracude etc....

    What should I say to request ISP change IPs for me?

    noobking
     
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    Are you mailing GI or TLD?

    There was a thread where someone, I think it was Nick or Roundy, had posted the link to remove low level Barracuda BL's.

    As for your original question, you can always ASK the ISP to swap them out. Whether they will or not is another matter. It varies by host. Some will, some will not.

    Good luck.

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  3. noobking

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    No, not singlehop
     
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    currently GI.

    I will try to request them swap the IPs.

    Will update later
     
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    update:

    they don't swap them out but are more than happy assisting me remove them...
     
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    Not surprising. Depending on the BL, could be a 24-48 hours, or take a week sometimes.

    Many ISP's, especially the budget guys, do not swap them out for BL's.

    :mad:
     
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    seems I need go into TLD world as fast as I can.:17:
     
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    You want to make sure you understand TLD before you get into it. Each TLD has different warm up limits, and things you need to do. You want to make sure you have read, read, and read some more to know what you are doing. It's not as easy as GI for a beginner, and you can really screw up a range if you do something wrong.

    If you know a good TLD mailer, or are friendly with Nick, Farrell, Roundy, Damian or alike. I would recommend you pick their brain as much as you can. Or you use an ESP where they help coach you with best practices. I would suggest you learn one TLD first, master it, then work the next one, and so on. That way you get AOL (as an example) down, then move on to Yahoo, etc..
     
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    No matter what you mail, always check your IPs as soon as you get them. If you wait 2-3 days after you get the assignment, some ISPs will try to blame you for it. I speak from experience.
     
  10. noobking

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    Thanks very much for your SINCERE suggestion.

    You're one of the most warmhearted men on MF.

    I've already found one experienced TLD guy who charges me some fees for teaching. I just want to earn some tuition fees on GI:santaclaus:
     
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    Very true.

    Thanks. I am just trying to help point you in the right direction. TLD is nice if you can get them dialed in. But there is a learning curve, and you want to make sure you do not screw up your ranges right out of the gate. I am glad to hear that you have found someone to take you under their wing, and guide you through learning TLD.

    :fight:
     
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    I've been a little hard on him in the past, but he is a good guy and gave you some solid advice.

    If I had to guess the IPs are also on a crap load of other blacklists that aren't published. I'd drop and hope I recouped the money I spent on them instead of trying to get delisted everywhere.

    The upside to this is they're already blocked so if the host bitches about your mailing they don't have a leg to stand on when it comes to applying the "mailer tax".
     
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    SG, thanks very much !

    You've offered lots of beautiful suggestions since I came to this forum.:147:
     

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