whitelist at surbl.org
Fri May 8 07:32:56 CEST 2009
On 5/7/09, Paul Rydell <paul at networxonline.com> wrote:
> > Are you sure nobody has sent spam mentioning or advertising anything
> > under
> > keepitoffforlife.com ? Are you sure the pages under do not contian
> > spamvertised content? The surbl and other uri blacklists contains
> > spamvertised sites, not sites who spammed anyone...
> Therein lies the problem with some of the SURBL lists.
> It is impossible for someone to be sure that emails have not been
> sent that have spamvertised their domain name.
> I have had a domain listed in a SURBL list and not been aware of
> unsolicited emails sent with the domain in them. I asked to
> see a copy of the message that contained the domain or even
> just the information about the person who sent the message but
> was told that I could not.
> There appear to be no safeguards for domain administrators. If
> any 3rd party starts sending spam emails with anydomainhere.com then
> that domain could be listed by SURBL and there is nothing
> the actual domain owner can do about it.
If you need help understanding how to monitor abuse of your affiliate
marketing web sites, then you may want to ask deliverability companies
or consultants for advice. They probably can help with that. Here
are some references:
Institute for Spam and Internet Public Policy
Sender Score Certified
SURBL is not able to provide deliverability consulting services.
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