FrontBridge, sometimes known as Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services, provides products to assist organisations to protect themselves against malware and spam. FrontBridge sometimes blocks your IP address if they suspect you are sending spamming e-mails to single or multiple recipients or modifying spam filters. In most cases, the e-mail address you are using is on the FrontBridge blacklist. You will receive an error message with a file called "88.blacklist.zap." You can remove a FrontBridge blacklist by sending a delisting request.
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Contact your Internet service provider to notify them you are on the FrontBridge blacklist.
Check your e-mail and ensure you received the 88.blacklist.zap message.
Send the error message regarding 88.blacklist.zap to firstname.lastname@example.org to remove a FrontBridge blacklist.
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