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If you send any bulk email at all – by which we mean mailing list email, or many copies of identical or nearly-identical email sent to many different people – then you really need to be signed up for as many ISP Feedback Loops (“FBLs”) as you can.

Here is a list of available feedback loops as of the time of this writing.

List of Available Feedback Loops from ISPs and Inbox Providers

AOL
United online
Hotmail
Earthlink
Road runner
Usa.net
Ask.com (excite, this is going away)
Yahoo for DKIM signed mail (no longer accepting updates or new
applications)
BellCanada
Comcast
Outblaze (for Confirmed opt-in mail only)
Airmail.net
Mailtrust
Cox.net


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