His users might want to receive mail from 1&1 users, and 1&1 outbounds being on 
spamhaus stops this from happening?

In cases like this, it is up to 1&1 to work out the block, rather than 
expecting operators to put in place a whitelist.

--srs

On 14/02/18, 3:17 PM, "mailop on behalf of Stefan Haunß" 
<mailop-boun...@mailop.org on behalf of shau...@bfk.de> wrote:

    Scott,
    
    if you could describe your problem a bit more detailed you might get
    helped. why do you care of outbound IPs listed on spamhaus? are you a
    1and1 customer?
    
    Cheers,
    Stefan
    
    
    On 02/14/2018 06:13 AM, - - wrote:
    > Y'all have your outbound listed on spamhaus and I'm taking a lot of heat
    > for deliverability issues from your space. Please contact me or request
    > spamhaus removal for your outbounds. Your courteous support staff hung
    > up on me when I tried to explain that the AUP code I had would not make
    > sense to your deliverabilty team. 
    > 
    > Thanks in advance. 
    > 
    > 
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