I recently switched from my Trusty DSL fixed IP connection to a faster 4mb/s cable dynamic IP connection.
As you all know, most of the IP's fetched with DHCP are blacklisted. That understood, most mails bounces due to blacklisting.
Is it possible to forward mails to a clean smtp/relay to avoid this?
Does such a service exist?
I dont want to spend the extra $30/month for a static IP. DHCP works great except for the blacklisted IP's Comcast dishes up.
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