How to remove your ip address from gmail’s blacklist

I have several clients who are using GMAIL accounts and they are unable to receive email from me.It does not matter what subject or message body I use.

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I am sending all outbound email through a smart relay so that I don’t get my personal IP blacklisted.

MX Toolboxsays my MX records, and SPF are set up correctly.says my inbound smart host may be an open relay, but it is not blacklisted.says my DMARC is set up, but my “Quarantine/Reject policy is not enabled”?Senderscoresays my MX records, SPF, and my SSL certificate are setup correctly.

I am NOT getting any bounceback messages.I NEVER send bulk email from my Axigen server (that’s what MailChimp is for).They ARE receiving emails that I send via MailChimp, just not when sent via Axigen.

How are they blocking me? By IP? By Domain?And How do I know for sure why/how they are they blocking me?What do I need to change? Who do I need to bribe?So frustrating

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· 2y
Google seems to use their own “special” methods of blocking as I have seen them accept mail that fails common standard but filter others.

What happens if you email a gmail account you control? I tend to email my personal account to verify delivery. It is always possible that users have marked past email as spam or setup filters that are now impacting your messages.

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Op · 2y

I I email from my server to my own gmail account, it still gets blocked.

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Enter-PSSession alltehthings
search your IP on https://whatismyipaddress.com and click the Blacklist Check button

as far as your question about DMARC not being set up properly, that is dictated by your DMARC DNS record. there’s an example record here

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Op · 2y

It looks like my IP address is blacklisted on 5 RBLs now (it was only 1 RBL two days ago). But I don’t use my IP address for sending or receiving. I use a smart host on MX records for receiving, and an outbound smart host relay for sending. So my server’s “actual” public IP is effectively hidden. Right?

Come to think of it, I just added that SSL in the last 1 day. Would the SSL give away the actual public IP address from the certified domain name? And if so, would the RBLs even know or care?

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SORBS?

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Have you looked at the postmaster tools at https://postmaster.google.com? You might need to add a special TXT entry to your domain registrar’s nameserver. Google will provide you with it the text to add.

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Op · 2y

Yes, I added My domain there as validated.

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Op · 2y

I have validated all my DNS settings on https://www.dmarcanalyzer.com also.

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Make sure no hyperlinks in your email signature. Just had someone whose site was marked as suspicious by Google. Had her url in her email signature and that caused Gmail and others to blacklist her

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Op · 2y

Th only links are to my website.

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Most of the information here is terrible. Google has their own machine learning spam filters. Google does not care what 3rd party blacklists you are on. Google does not drop messages without a bounce back. If there is an issue with domain reputation, it should affect the MailChimp emails as well. The reputation can be viewed with Google Postmaster Tools, which the OP says he has set up, but we haven’t heard what the reputation actually is.

This sounds like a misconfigured relay server, or the OP isn’t providing us all of the information/accurate information – perhaps the return path is a different address which is why the OP isn’t getting bounce messages, or the message really is showing up in the spam folder. Either way, none of that can be diagnosed from httl.com.vn/en.

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Op · 2y

which the OP says he has set up, but we haven’t heard what the reputation actually is.

I didnt see an option in the Google Postmaster Tools to show a “reputation” I’ll keep looking.

The return reply email address is the same as the sending email address.

The return SMTP path is NOT the same as the sending path.

Outbound is via REACHMAIL

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Inbound is via MXGUARDDOG

I am not having any issues recieving email.

I did check the reachmail settings and I dont think my SPF was setup properly for reachmail (I recently switched away from postmark) so I just made adjustments there. I’ll check sending emails again after the DNS changes propagate.

Thanks.

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Op · 2y
Apparently I had TWO SPF records, so I updated and combined them. I waited 36 hrs and tested again. Now, GMAIL users can receive my emails, but it STILL goes directly to their SPAM folders. Argh!

Is there a way to get UNMARKED as Spam in GMAIL without having to have EACH end user go in and create a filter??

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Did you get this resolved? I’ve spent 2 weeks trying to get our domain reputation issue resolved with Google. They basically tell you to go pound sand when you call their support. They give you hints what you need to so, but offer no assistance with actually resolving it. I purchased another domain just so my users could actually send messages to their customers and vendors who use G-Suite.

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