If your website has been compromised it’s very possible your email address may have been blacklisted as well.
While many email blacklist services will clear your reputation on their own within a week or so whether you take action or not, there are a few tricks you may use to speed up the process. First, check your domain:
That said, if your email address has been blacklisted below are a few reference links:
How to request AT&T Spam Blacklist Removal – Includes: ATT.net, SBCGlobal.net, and Bellsouth.net
How to request Earthlink Spam Blacklist Removal – Use if you see [email protected] in the blacklist report. Likewise, email that address for an autoresponder with more information.
How to request Gmail Spam Blacklist Removal
How to request Godaddy Spam Blacklist Removal – Bounce from secureserver.net, try the above.
How to request Hotmail Spam Blacklist Removal – Includes: Hotmail, MSN, and Microsoft’s Live.com email
How to request Yahoo! Spam Blacklist Removal – Bounce references postmaster.yahoo.com try the link above.
If you know of other blacklist removal links, please email me, jim at hackrepair dot com, and I’ll include them in my list. Thank you!