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Hello, my domain is reject by SURBL, but at http://www.surbl.org/surbl-analysis says "powereng.ru is not blacklisted."
Why?

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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Full message is "Blacklisted by the MULTI-SURBL SURBL (domain: "powereng.ru", DNS lookup result: 127.0.0.1)."

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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OK, now trying built-in DNS resolver.

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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@Sobolev_AA: and no result

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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@Sobolev_AA: Hello Sobolev_AA,

Indeed, your domain does not appear to be blacklisted at the moment. How old is the ORF log record that you are investigating? Your domain might have been removed from the SURBL list since then.

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 3 years ago
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@Daniel Novak (Vamsoft): -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-- EVENT SUMMARY --
Time: 14.12.2015 16:28:38 GMT+0300 (local)
Sender Email:
Recipient Email:
Related IP: 209.85.215.54
Action: Rejected
Email Subject: Re: Fwd: Запрос

-- EVENT MESSAGE --
Blacklisted by the MULTI-SURBL SURBL (domain: "powereng.ru", DNS lookup result: 127.0.0.1).

-- EVENT DETAILS --
Filtering Point: On Arrival
Event Class: Blacklist
Severity: Information
Server: isa08.ecentr.local
Event Source: SMTPSVC-1
HELO Domain: (not available)
Message ID: (not available)
Log Mode: Verbose
ORF Version: 5.4 REGISTERED

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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@Sobolev_AA: hmmmm... 404 now?

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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What can i do?

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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@Sobolev_AA: Do the emails sent to your domain (powereng.ru) still get blacklisted?

According to the SURBL Lookup (http://www.surbl.org/surbl-analysis) your domain is currently not blacklisted, so there is nothing to worry about. In case your domain ends up on a blacklist again, you might want to contact the surbl.org group (http://www.surbl.org/contact) for further information regarding this incident.

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 3 years ago
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@Daniel Novak (Vamsoft): I think that this is not domain block, it's about URL block. Where is an URL in all messages from our domain in signature. But why SURBL block it - i can't understand.
Anyway, i add *.powereng.ru in exceptions in SURBL test, maybe it's may work.

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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@Sobolev_AA: An SURBL is a collection of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) hosts, typically website [domains], that appear in unsolicited messages. In other words, if your website URL gets added to an SURBL, any incoming email that contains http://www.powereng.ru will be blacklisted by the SURBL Test.

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 3 years ago
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@Daniel Novak (Vamsoft): Where is no blacklisted messages after adding domain in local exceptions in SURBL. Last reject is:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-- EVENT SUMMARY --
Time: 15.12.2015 16:33:03 GMT+0300 (local)
Sender Email:
Recipient Email:
Related IP: 77.240.149.98
Action: Rejected
Email Subject: Формулировка в с-ф на аванс

-- EVENT MESSAGE --
Blacklisted by the MULTI-SURBL SURBL (domain: "powereng.ru", DNS lookup result: 127.0.0.1).

-- EVENT DETAILS --
Filtering Point: On Arrival
Event Class: Blacklist
Severity: Information
Server: isa08.ecentr.local
Event Source: SMTPSVC-1
HELO Domain: (not available)
Message ID: (not available)
Log Mode: Verbose
ORF Version: 5.4 REGISTERED
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I'll continue to monitor reports

by Sobolev_AA 3 years ago
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My my domain olsuswaenergy.com is blacklisted by surbl and they don't seem to respond.
Kindly if anybody can advice.
I filled the form yesterday (removal) but not yet.

by Kenneth Mbugua 9 months ago
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@Kenneth Mbugua: Hello Kenneth,

I am afraid you will have to go through the steps descried in the FAQ of surbl.org: http://www.surbl.org/faqs#whitelist

We have no control over the removal process, nor are affiliated with surbl.org in any way.

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 9 months ago
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