Yes, we have a free delist tool, but this feature is just for regular mail servers with RFC 5321, that it is not your case. Any dynamic and residential IP cannot be delisted, even if the owner want to to pay it. The dynamic and residential code is 127.0.0.3, that means "no mail server running here guys, so if it starts a unauthenticated SMTP transaction, this is a hacking attack for sure". Our customers (only mail server administrators) uses this code just for hacking attack prevention. No sane webmaster would use a DNSBL to filter HTTP, and I never seen it.OPALIT wrote: ↑Sun Sep 02, 2018 3:59 pmThis blacklist operator is blocking IP's not just single IP's but ranges, it is not affecting email but is preventing access to pop3 servers and websites, not only that, they do not have any free de-listing but require payment to de-list, this is Blackmail, nothing more nothing less, they need stopping.
Anyway, the payment method is not really for delist an IP, but only to add a PayPal user address as responsible for that IP. Once a registered as responsible, the delist tool allows to this user delist IP for free many times. We do not allow anyone delist an IP as anonymous. If your IP has a valid FCrDNS under your own domain, this is enough to you delist it for free because the FCrDNS is the best way to validate an IP owner.