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What if I'm listed in a 0spam DNSBL or URLBL?!

Follow these instructions for removal:

  1. First you need to verify that your sending Mail Server IP is currently listed with one of our DNSBL's.
  2. Next you will need to write down the "Result" if you are listed.
  3. If you have been previously listed or your removal request was denied due to invalid removal reasons the "Reason" shows an example of why you were originally listed; sending server, date, subject of the spam
  4. Fix the problem, repeat offenders will have a two week removal wait on the second offence so fix the problem before proceeding with the removal process.
  5. Now use the form on the right to request removal, requests that do not follow the instructions on this page will be ignored. Seriously!
(If you wish to know the reason you were listed choose "request reason" from the dropdown. Please note that this will not remove you from the DNSBL but instead it will populate the "Reason" for your listing once your request is processed.)

Your IP Address: 54.162.139.105
(Access to this interface is logged)

How does the 0spam service work?

Any time spam is sent to spam traps, an IP will be listed in the 0spam.fusionzero.com dnsbl with the data code of 127.0.0.#, when spam is sent from multiple IPs within a class C range to our spam traps the entire class C range will be listed with a 127.0.#.0 data code which is the maximum listing size.

How to use the "Zero Spam Project" DNSBL for free(limit of 100 requests per second):

  1. Go to the DNSBL configuration area for your mail server or antispam module
  2. Set the query domain to "0spam.fusionzero.com" or in some cases "0spam.fusionzero.com." depending on your mail server required configuration perameters.
  3. Set the query type to "DNS" or "A"
  4. That's it, you're done.

How to use the "Zero Spam Project" URL-DBL for free(limit of 100 requests per second):

  1. Go to the URL-DBL configuration area for your mail server or antispam module
  2. Set the query domain to "0spamurl.fusionzero.com" or in some cases "0spamurl.fusionzero.com." depending on your mail server required configuration perameters.
  3. Set the query type to "URL"
  4. That's it, you're done.

How to use the "Zero Spam Project" DNS-Whitelist for free(limit of 100 requests per second):

  1. Go to the DNS White list configuration area for your mail server or antispam module
  2. Set the query domain to "0spamtrust.fusionzero.com" or in some cases "0spamtrust.fusionzero.com." depending on your mail server required configuration perameters.
  3. Set the query type to "WhiteList", "DNS WhiteList"
  4. That's it, you're done.

The 0spamtrust.fusionzero.com lists IP's for trusted senders. Be sure to only place this in your mail server white list configuration or you will have lots of issues.

Please Note:

If you think your servers periodically go over 100 requests per second you can still use our service, but be aware our servers will ignore the requesting IP for a period each time requests exceed 100 per second and your servers will not be protected using the "Zero Spam Project" service during that time.

If you operate high traffic mail server(s) and consistently exceed 100 request per second limit or want access to our professional dnsbl services please contact us by selecting "Service Request" in the form to the right to request unrestricted access to our dnsbl servers for the best anti-spam results.

Premium access to the 0spam Project dnsbl servers is available at the following rates:

Why is my IP/IP Range listed in the 0spam database?

Your computer/server or a previous user of this IP sent spam to a trap. Please scan your computer/server for malicious software and verify that senders from this IP are not using poor sending practices.

Listed with Data result 127.0.0.#
Listed with Data result 127.0.#.0

# Codes are as follows: (ie. General spam single IP result 127.0.0.1 )

  1. general spam, Sending spam to our spam traps.
  2. Removal request made but missing required information, please make a new request and be sure to complete the form properly.
  3. Does not follow valid can-spam rules for newsletters / lists.
  4. Not RFC compliant, server errors or improper configuration.
  5. Repeat offenders, these are IP's that have been removed and listed again (3) or more times in a short period of time.
  6. Bouncing email to the wrong server, NON RFC compliant configurations.
  7. Relay or Open relay with reports of spam.
  8. bouncing spoofed emails, you need to disable bounce of spoofed emails in order to get de listed.
  9. Fraud/Scam emails, malware or illegal/abusive content.

Computer(s) and/or server(s) within your IP range have sent spam to our traps.

Most listing will be single IP listings(127.0.0.#) however when spam from a class C IP range hits a certian threshold a full class C block occurs. The following is outlined steps to prevent further spam which you should follow for removal.

How to remove your IP from the "Zero spam" project DNSBL:

Request Types:

Removal - For reporting a fix on your server and requesting it be removed from our black listing service.

You must provide an explanation of what has been done to make sure we do not receive reports of spam from your IP Address/Range in the future. IMPORTANT!

You should verify that your system is not compromised or open to relay.

You should Check your IP with other black lists at the complete DNSBL check.

Verify that your dns records are setup properly, an example of a proper dns report should look like this.

Other - Other reports that do not apply to any of the above or if you would like to support the 0spam project.

Service Request - 0spam provides premium anti-spam services, please use this option to request premium anti-spam.

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