Hi Verizon Support,
My company is an email services provider company
On of my customer recently tried sending an e-mail to a Verizon customer and got a bounce back message stating the server's IP was blocked for spam.
So I submitted a whitelist request at:
and get a response that our IP will not be whitelisted...the exact message is:
"Your IP has been blocked because of spam issues or because your ISP indicates that it is dynamically assigned"
I tried multiple times but got always the same answer.
Further, I have checked various blacklists to see if my servers/IPs are blocked by them, including using mxtoolbox.com, and they are not listed in any of them
Is it possible to escalate this issue to a Verizon agent ? to be contacted by private message ?
In fact i need at least to whitelist an IP/Domain and if it's possible whitelist a network subnet.
I will give these informations by private mesage cause i would prefer not display these informations publicly
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