Why is my IP/IP Range listed in the 0spam database?

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Single IP Removal Process

First enter the suspected IP address to check the status in our DNSBL's.

If you are listed and do not yet have an account, create an account or if you already have an account login to make a removal request after you've stopped the spam source.



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Your computer/server or a previous user of this IP sent spam to a trap. Please scan your computer/server for malicious software and verify that senders from this IP are not using poor sending practices.

Listed with Data result 127.0.0.#
Listed with Data result 127.0.#.0

# Codes are as follows: (ie. General spam single IP result 127.0.0.1 )

  1. general spam, Sending spam to our spam traps.
  2. Removal request made but missing required information, please make a new request and be sure to complete the form properly.
  3. Does not follow valid can-spam rules for newsletters / lists.
  4. Not RFC compliant, server errors or improper configuration.
  5. Repeat offenders, these are IP's that have been removed and listed again (3) or more times in a short period of time.
  6. Bouncing email to the wrong server, NON RFC compliant configurations.
  7. Relay or Open relay with reports of spam.
  8. bouncing spoofed emails, you need to disable bounce of spoofed emails in order to get de listed.
  9. Fraud/Scam emails, malware or illegal/abusive content.

Computer(s) and/or server(s) within your IP range have sent spam to our traps.

Most listing will be single IP listings(127.0.0.#) however when spam from a class C IP range hits a certian threshold a full class C block occurs. The following is outlined steps to prevent further spam which you should follow for removal.

 

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