Subject: Reputation corrected and request denied
Your Whitelist request, with the confirmation code X, has been denied.
The requested IP address(es) is receiving temporary failures due to poor reputation. We have corrected the reputation and this should help in better delivery of mails. Please monitor the spam complaints via the feedback loop and re-apply for Whitelist after you have built a good 20-day history on your IPs. Also, check the reputation of the IP before opening the ticket at: https://postmaster.aol.com/ip-reputation.
Feedback Loop Request form can be found at: https://postmaster.aol.com/fbl-requestHave you seen this one before? I haven't. I think it's really cool, though. It explains what they've done and what you need to do, if you want to get whitelisted at AOL.
Here's what they're saying:
- Your sending IP address doesn't have a great sending reputation today.
- But, AOL has reset the sending reputation of your IP address, giving you another chance to build a good reputation.
- They're telling you to keep your nose clean (build a good reputation) for at least 20 days before applying for whitelisting.
- They're reminding you to sign up for AOL's ISP Feedback Loop.