Hi, I am the victim of a false sbl blocklisting at spamhouse. Because my ip is blacklisted, all email users on my entire cpanel server including resellers with different ips are affected. The problem is, they've grouped my ip in with some spammers who used an ip that was similar to mine. The data center has closed the spammers account, but the listing is still there. I have no appeal because the offending ips didnt belong to me! This type of block listing can get net innocent users when used wrecklessly. I'm told the spamhaus guys are aware that this technique can affect users who are not sending spam. The sbl is a contoversial listing for this very reason. It says so right on their website FAq under: Can the SBL block legitimate email? found here: http://www.spamhaus.org/faq/answers.lasso?section=Spamhaus%20SBL When it gets your main cpanel ip though, all your users are affected!! If you have a server with a lot of email accounts you may have to deal with this some day. You will not like it at all, they are very unreasonable at Spamhaus and are ignoring my emails. They will only aknowledge the data center. What little response I did get from their so-called volunteers was frankly very rude. It is a serious situation here. After 63 hours there is no resolve for it at this time. Again all my cpanel email users are affected, even the ones with different ips. This poses a huge threat for cpanel. I say this becasue this type of interruption makes me queston the viability of a cpanel hosting business. We all know what downtime is by now!. Low and behold as I get to the end of this post and they have just now removed the listing after 64 hours!! There you have it folks 64 hours of bounced emails for an entire cpanel server! Courtesy of a wreckless Spamhaus sbl listing. This has been an atrocious experience. I hope this does not happen to more cpanel users. Please share your thoughts about this! Best Regards, Jon T.