Most SPAM blacklists track the reputation of the email servers that are being used to send outgoing email for your domain. So to get started – if your company uses its own servers to send email campaigns, you’ll need to know the IP address(es) of the email servers sending emails for your company.
Several SPAM blacklists monitor the sending reputation of more than just the email server IP address. They also track senders reputation by sending domain, and /or by DKIM identity, and virtually all blacklists now share reputation information among themselves in near real-time.
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