Blocklists You Can’t Ignore During Peak


Email Deliverability Unfiltered Seeing your IP or domain on a blocklist during peak sending season can be unnerving. This is because being listed is often equated to deliverability issues like spam folder placement (nightmare fuel for email marketers!). While this can be true, it is not always the case. Scrambling to get off a blocklist during the holidays is stressful and can easily send you

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The Spamhaus Informational Listing Spree


Oh my! Spamhaus went on a listing spree! But why? Three words. Verbatim. From Spamhaus. “Poor. Sending. Practices.” It seems so simple that this is the answer, but it is. So what are poor sending practices? When it comes to Spamhaus, the majority of sending practices that will get legitimate senders listed revolve around the ‘how’ email is sent and the ‘who’ email is sent

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Blocklisted by Spamhaus? Here’s what to do.


Spamhaus publishes the most widely used anti-spam blocklists (previously blacklists, sometimes called DNSBLs) in the world. Spamhaus goes way back -- since 1998, they’ve been tracking bad actors sending spam and engaging in other email-related bad activity, and helping internet service providers and mailbox providers keep that bad stuff away from the inboxes of email users. Spamhaus’s blocklists are widely used, and if you send

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