David, Luke is a good person to assist with this. The one suggestion I
would have in addition to whatever guidance he may have, is that you
perhaps do not want to switch IPs when encountering those blocks. You might
actually be causing additional blocking against you.
You might want to centralize your outbound email volume to a small handful
of IP addresses (maybe less than 8), if you have enough volume to support
at least a few thousand messages per day per IP address. THEN, in a pinch,
you could temporarily disable an IP address if you run into that kind of
blocking. But I'd be careful about doing that only in exceptional
circumstances -- certain ISPs and blacklist groups take a dim view of
changing an IP address to try to get around blocking. It's definitely not a
permanent fix to any sort of blocking reactive to what's coming out of your
mail servers. If bad mail or spamtrap hits emanate from IP address #1,
they'll eventually emanate from IP address #2 or #3 as well.
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 11:12 AM, Luke Martinez via mailop <
> I replied off list. I should be able to help get David in touch with
> someone who can help.
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 10:57 AM, Vick Khera <vi...@khera.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 7:21 PM, David Hubbard
>> <dhubb...@dino.hostasaurus.com> wrote:
>> > The specific details are netblocks we’re deploying new servers on,
>> > previously unused, all seem to be on the block list by default.
>> How fast are you ramping up traffic on new IPs?
>> Also, what's the netblock? Maybe others can see issues in that block,
>> especially if it is not virgin space.
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