I received the following “domain abuse notice” for one of my inactive registered domains last week:

domain abuse notice

Those of us who have dealt with falsely blacklisted domains in the past have seen notices like this before. It’s usually from an antispam vendor or service letting you know that your domain has been used in a spam attack—and they’re going to put you on one or more mailing blacklists until you resolve the problem.

I hate spam blacklists. Although well intentioned, they tend to be reports on false positives rather than domains used to send spam. Lately, antispam services and products have become quite good, and it’s a rarity for me to get these types of reports, false or not. Plus, I bought this particular name a few months ago, and it has remained completely inactive in that time.

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