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I'm looking for some sites most commonly used, as well as some others in which I can check if a certain domain has been blacklisted.  What are some of the better places to check besides sorbs, spamhaus, spambag, etc.??
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Domains are not blacklisted - it is IP addresses.
The main site I use is this one: http://www.robtex.com/rbls.html

Blacklisting domains would not be a sensible thing to do, all a spammer would have to do is send email on one of the major domains and it would be blacklisted - which wouldn't happen.

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