RBLs:
abuse.rfc-clueless.org
bogusmx.rfc-clueless.org
dsn.rfc-clueless.org
elitist.rfc-clueless.org
fulldom.rfc-clueless.org
postmaster.rfc-clueless.org
whois.rfc-clueless.org

Description: http://rfc-clueless.org/pages/listing_policy

RBL type: Domain blacklists

Website: http://rfc-clueless.org/

Lookup link: http://rfc-clueless.org/lookup/

Delisting link: http://rfc-clueless.org/request/removal

Contact link: http://rfc-clueless.org/pages/faq#contact

 

IMPORTANT:

  • These blacklists do not list your domain for sending out spam, they list it because it doesn’t follow certain RFC standards.
  • Furthermore these RBLs are not / should not be used to block any traffic or emails. For more info on this you should read their FAQ page:
    http://rfc-clueless.org/pages/faq
  • Before initiating the delisting process on their website, make sure that your domain is complying to the RFC standards, or else your domain will just get blacklisted back again.
  • Carefully read the description for each of these blacklists, in order to know exactly which RFC standards to comply with to get delisted:
    http://rfc-clueless.org/pages/listing_policy

 

HetrixTools Staff Opinions:

  • We consider it’s quite safe if you decide to ignore these blacklists in your account (how to ignore a RBL), considering the fact that they shouldn’t be used by any server admin to actually block your traffic or emails (of course there are no guarantees that everyone would do this).
  • We do not consider these blacklists to be of any real significant importance, and we look at them as being more of a guideline for your domains to follow certain RFC standards that would most probably improve your email deliverability rate.