If you have been blacklisted, the next step is to contact the ISP in question, and request to be removed from their blacklist (delisted). Each ISP has a process for applying, most starting with an online form. Here are links to some of the more popular ISPï¿½s whitelisting/delisting applications
AOL / Compuserve
Follow the directions in the article below:
AT&T / SBC Global / Bellsouth
Include your private IP address in the body of the email.
Follow the instructions located here: How do I get a block from Barracuda Lifted
Send a copy of a bounce error to [email protected]
Fill out the form located at:
Send us a copy of the bounced email notification to [email protected]
Please send an email with the complete header to [email protected]
Allow 12-24 hours, our server engineers will fix the issue once the email is received.
Send email to Excite asking to be removed from email blacklist
A Helpful Website
Go here for messages being blocked or marked as spam
Juno / NetZero / Bluelight (United Online)
Getting onto whitelist:
You can check if you are blocked and request whitelisting here: http://spamblock.outblaze.com/
Roadrunner / Adelphia
Follow instructions for removal.
Your IP address can be checked and you can request whitelisting at – http://postmaster.usa.net/html/error.html
http://www2.verizon.net/micro/whitelist/request_form.asp?id=isp (whitelist application)
*** If you have received an error message regarding 88.blacklist.zap, they are quick to help with delisting issues– Please email the bounce back message to[email protected]. In your email please let frontbridge know that you are emailing to an opted-in list. Aslo mention that Complaints, Unsubscribe requests, andhard bounces are automatically deactivated in your list.