If you are using an ESP, ask the ESP for the IP Phone Number List addresses that your account is using or sharing. If you are sending emails from your own in-house servers, ask your IT team for the IP address of your outbound Phone Number List email servers. Note that there are also blacklists Phone Number List that are based on your 'top level domain'.
This is the domain that is used to send your Phone Number List emails. If you are using an ESP you can ask what the sending 'top level domain' is, or you can forward an email to yourself and check the email header (or ask IT Phone Number List to help you determine this). Q: Could we improve our damaged email reputation by changing our IP addresses every 6 months? This would almost always Phone Number List harm your reputation, unless you are a spammer. Spam filters and blacklists accumulate historical email delivery information for the IP address Phone Number List of your sending email server(s). Over time,
if you are sending relevant, high quality permissions based email, your reputation will *improve* over time. On the other hand, if your practices include purchasing large cheap lists, or not maintaining your lists by removing unsubscribes Phone Number List and hard bounces, your Phone Number List reputation will go from bad to worse. In this case, you might improve your email reputation by moving to a new IP address but if your company is not employing good practices, you will Phone Number List simply burn though new IP addresses every 6 months,