Head of Communications at Dynamis
15 February 2008 10:41am
It certainly appears as if someone is using my ip address to spam the world. I suspect this is seriously affecting my deliverability reputation.
What can I do? How can I stop this?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
sales manager at ledger services
20 February 2008 12:59pm
Just a thought, but if you have a wireless network, it it totally secure?
Freelance Web Consultant at architxt.net
20 February 2008 15:03pm
Can you change your IP address?
Raise your concern with your ISP. It shouldn't be hard/expensive to have your IP changed.
Also, notify the various blacklists (eg. Spamhouse) about what's going on.
Commercial Director at Pure360
21 February 2008 09:23am
To be sure that there is a problem check on www.senderscore.org, to get detailed stats you have to sign up - its free. (although you may well get a keen sales person calling you) Really useful tool actually.
The problem you will have is if you move to a brand new IP with no reputation you aren't necessarily going to improve your deliverability - it may be better to fix the problems you are having on the existing IP.
Depending on how many you are sending perhaps you should consider outsourcing......
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