My email address is blocked due to spam.dnsbl

I send many emails out for two societies (both charities) and now I find that my messages are blocked by receivers due to  spam.dnsbl. How do I overcome this problem.

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First off, sending many e-mails out unsolicited to people, even if you are a charity, is spam. That said you can ask the blacklist provider to remove you from the blacklist, this is often a long and tedious process to ensure that spammers can't just arbitrarily request themselves to be removed.

Here is your best utility for finding which one(s) your IP(s) have been added to :

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dcbeagleAuthor Commented:
Thank you. I was hoping for an easy solution but you have confirmed my dilemma.

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