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SUBJECT CLOSED - A new Virgin Hub has arrived and "bingo" all my emails & those of my wife's (iPad) came in seamlessly!! Thanks for reading the woes and I hope if anyone suffers the same symptoms, you know of one solution!! Happy New Year!!
I tried to force an IP change with a Virgin router and left it disconnected and powered down for 4-days over Xmas - it still retained the old IP when switched back on!! Good luck!!
Thank you lisati - been there and no way would Virgin assist with delisting as I am not using a Virgin email address!! The solution is a new device, which will force a new IP (I could jump from the frying pan to the fire if it too is blacklisted!!!) with a Virgin Hub (Router/Modem), which they have ...
An update: Virgin have accepted that the only way to force an IP change is to send me a new Hub (Router/Modem)!! Now awaiting its arrival in 4/5 working days!! I would still appreciate how to get an IP Blacklisted address off dnsbl.spfbl.net ?? Merry Xmas & a Happy New Year )
No, I am not running the email server nor did I "organise" it. My Son came up with it in conjunction with his Company - there is no link or connection to anything relating to a business or email servers against my current Ip address - just a private Virgin users!!
- Wed Dec 27, 2017 10:54 am
- Forum: Change IP Help
- Topic: CHANGE MY IP ADDRESS?
- Replies: 6
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Hi, I have a broadband supplier (Virgin) who "tell me" that I was assigned a fixed IP address 184.108.40.206 around 1 Dec 17. Since then I have found my E-Mail host (firstname.lastname@example.org - mail.theburo.net) is unable to receive or send my emails using my Virgin Router IP address. I have a gmail...