SpamCannibal Offline – DNSBL Information
On 5/30/2019 the domain for lapsed for the second time and is now blacklisting the entire internet.
If you are an end user and your mail has been returned as the bounce notification references you’ll need to contact the intended recipient by phone or other means and ask them to contact their email provider to remove all references to
If you are an end user and you visited a blacklist monitoring website… and you’ve seen that your IP address is listed please let the blacklist monitoring website know that is no longer active and needs to be removed. Since the vast majority of mail admins don’t consult this list it should have no impact your mail delivery.
If you are a blacklist monitoring organization… please cease checking against
If you are a mail server administrator… and your mail server is rejecting or flagging mail as spam because of please remove from your list of checks. In the future you’ll want to make sure that you periodically check the operational status of all blacklists that you consult.
SPAMCANNIBAL – BLACKLIST – MX Lookup
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More Information About Spamcannibal
IMPORTANT: SpamCannibal is no longer an active list. It should not be used.
Listing in SpamCannibal’s results from sending spam or virus ladened email to their mail-servers (spamtraps). SpamCannibal can be used to block specific IP Addresses or entire ranges of IP Addresses; this also means your IP Address can be listed if you are sending messages with BOGUS/FORGED headers, i. e. you don’t run a mail-server and have a generic dynamic address and connect to a hosted mail-provider. Or, if you operate a server, you do not have the proper Reverse-DNS entry in place with your ISP.
Spamcannibal Reports Subnets
Subnet-based Blacklists are used to reject email from entire ranges of IP Addresses, i. providers that are hosting companies sending spam, as well as single IP Addresses that may fall in that range of IP Address.
DMARC is the key to improving Email Deliverability!
Email is the key to your customer communication strategy. But, what is your email reputation?
Setting up and managing your DMARC configuration is the key to getting insight into your email delivery. MxToolbox is the key to understanding DMARC.
MxToolbox Delivery Center gives you:
Who is sending phishing email purporting to be from your domain
What is the reputation of your domains and delegated IPs
Where other senders are and What their reputations are
How your SPF, DKIM and DMARC setup is performing
What on-going maintenance you need to maintain and improve your email deliverability
How to Remove an IP Address from a Blacklist SpamCannibal
How to Remove an IP Address from a Blacklist SpamCannibal
Go to In the right side menu click Lookup IP
Enter mail server IP address into the field and click Lookup IP
Check why you got listed in the first place
If your mail server is missing PTR (reverse DNS) record, add it
If other problem resolve it first
If the problem is resolved go again to Click Contact in the right side menu
Scroll to the bottom
Enter your IP address
Enter your Email
Describe why you got listed and what you did to solve the problem
NOTE: Don’t try to get de-listed from any blacklist BEFORE you solved the problem added you to the blacklist in the first place
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