6 Best Email Blacklist/Blocklist Checker Tools of 2020

Are you not getting the desired results from your email marketing campaigns despite creating and sending awesome emails? Well if your answer is yes, then your IP or domain might have been blacklisted or blocked. So, to help you out, we are sharing with you six tools that you can use to identify the databases and systems on which you have been blacklisted and blocked.

Blacklist Check by Whatismyip.com

Blacklist check by Whatismyip.com checks an IP or URL to see if it is blacklisted by any DNSBL or SURBL system or not.  Email system administrators use these two systems for the purpose of stopping spam emails from reaching their user’s inbox. To use the tool, all you have to do is go to https://www.whatismyip.com/blacklist-check/  and enter your IP or URL and let the tool do its work. The tool is easy to use and is completely free.

MXToolbox’s Blacklist Check

MXToolbox is one of the most popular websites in the email community for its tools. Using the MXToolbox blacklist checker, you can check your mail server IP address and domain against 100+ DNS based email blacklists. To get started simply go to https://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx  and enter your IP or domain. Once the check is complete, it will show you the details of the blacklists on which your IP and domain has been listed. Additionally, if you have a paid account on the website, you can also check the reason for you being blacklisted by the email system administrators. Overall, it is a very nice tool with a very clean user interface.

 UltraTools Domain Blacklist Check

Using UltraTools domain blacklist check, you can check your IP or domain to see if it is on a real-time spam blacklist or not. Additionally, it also gives you information about the person whom you should contact to get yourself removed from the blacklist. To get started just go to https://www.ultratools.com/tools/spamDBLookup and enter your IP or domain and it will present you with details of blacklists along with the details of the person whom you should contact to get yourself removed from the blacklist.

Pepipost Blacklist Checker

Pepipost blacklist checker tool checks the domain and IP address against 100+ blacklist (DNSBL or RBL). To use the tool, go to https://tools.pepipost.com/email-blacklist-checker  and enter your IP or domain address and click on the search blacklist button. The tool will analyze your domain and check it against email blacklist and suggest your ways to get yourself removed from the blacklist.

Composite Blocking List (CBL)

Composite Blocking List is one of the major blocklist databases for some major mailbox service providers that source its data from very large mail server installations for adding IP’s in its blacklist. It only adds only those IP addresses in the blacklist that show malicious behavior like dictionary attacks, open proxies, etc.  To check whether your IP is included in CBL blocklist go to https://www.abuseat.org/lookup.cgi and enter your IP and it will tell you whether you are blocked or not.

Spamhaus IP Blocklist Checker (SBL)

Spamhaus block list is one of the major blocklist databases for many major mailbox service providers which might affect your email marketing campaigns and make your mail land in the spam box of your customers. Spamhaus Block List (SBL) checker allows you to check whether your website has been blocked and blacklisted In Spamhaus blocklist database or not. To check whether your IP is in their list or not go to  https://www.spamhaus.org/lookup/ and enter your IP or domain and if it finds that you are listed, then it will give you a link that you can refer to get yourself removed from their system.

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