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Dynamic IP users, if you are running your own mail server, SORBS is not identifying you as a spammer. SORBS is identifying you as a Dynamic IP address user, nothing more nothing less. Some, including SORBS administrators, will refuse email sent from you directly, you should configure your mail server to 'smarthost' through your ISP to avoid these problems.

If you are having troubles getting mails through, and they are reporting blocked by the SORBS block list, please use the Help System to delist your self or to request delisting by a SORBS administrator.

The DNS based list (DNSbl) is free to use as people see fit, however please be aware that as users of SORBS what is blocked is ultimately your responsibility - SORBS just provides a list. Details of the lists and how to use them are on the Using SORBS page.


Need Help...? Why are you here...?

You have reached this site by an email "bounce" referral, choice or out of sheer frustration with the amount of spam you receive.

If you are here by choice, please have a good look around, and read all about what what we do, what data we provide, how to use it and what will give what results. By far the most complaints we see occur when people choose to use SORBS databases inappropriately. We endeavor to ensure all information provided is accurate and correct, however the Internet consists of a possible 4,294,967,296 addresses, and it is inevitable that from time to time mistakes will happen. If you cannot afford any mistakes, please do not use this service.

If you are here due to a referral, you should visit the Database Lookup Page or use the Help System to find out why you are listed and how to get de-listed. Please remember SORBS provides a number of lists that may be used for a variety of things, not just email blocking. It is the responsibility of the owner of the server using SORBS as to what they block and why.

If you still don't understand what this is all about, or why you are here or if you just need help? Please use the SORBS Help System.


 
   
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