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Static IP blocked

I have a static IP from PlusNet and am running a small Postfix email server. I have had a few emails come back as undeliverable because my static IP belongs to a "Dynamic/Residential IP range listed by NJABL dynablock - http://njabl.org/dynablock.html"

Can my IP be removed from their list? Has anyone had experience of doing so? Are there any other steps that I can take to prevent this happening?
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Static IP blocked

There isn't much you can do about it... unfortunately you can't force people to accept your email Wink The best thing is to identify the particular servers and to set up aspecific route via the PN smart host for those emails, or just send everything to the smart host - but I can't tell you how to do that with Postfix Sad
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Static IP blocked

All blacklists have methods to be removed, the criteria for which varies. In this case more information is available here and the removal form here. As long as your mail server is properly secured and not acting as an open relay you should be able to get it removed.