27.01.2015 – Blacklist Removal Instructions and Links
We have published a new article on our blog – How to Get Removed from Blacklists? It provides a guideline on how to proceed when your IP address is listed on a blacklist and you want to have it delisted. We have collected a list of removal links for each of 150+ active blacklists that we are aware of. Hopefully, this information can save you a couple of minutes during the initial phase of IP address removal process.
We are also providing these removal links in our blacklist related tools – Mail Blacklist Checker and Mail Blacklist Monitor. This means that when you check an IP address with these tools and find it blacklisted, you will be provided a quick link to the blacklist information/removal page.
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18.01.2015 – Blacklist Monitoring Service
We are happy to release a brand new tool – Mail Server Blacklist Monitor. This tool is primarily intended for hosting companies, Internet service providers, university campuses, VPN services, and all other companies who manage many IP addresses and care about their reputation on the network. If you have thousands of IP addresses, this is a must-have service for you! However, the service is also perfectly usable for companies of all sizes and types that manage their own email servers and operate with only one or a couple of IP addresses.
Blacklist Monitor periodically checks your IP addresses against more than 150 DNSBL and RBL blacklists. With each monitor, you can specify, which events will trigger an alert and you can define, whether you want to receive email alerts, or HTTP(S) callback alerts, or both. You can also receive summary reports if you want.
When your IP address is blacklisted, you will probably like to have it cleaned. And we have made this as easy as possible for you. For each blacklist that supports delisting, we provide a link to the its delisting page, where you can request removal from the blacklist. If a blacklist does not provide this option, we give you a link to its information page, so that you can get more information about your IP's listing and act accordingly.
This delisting support was also added to our Mail Blacklist Checker, just to make your online life easier.
And finally, we should not forget to mention the unbeatable pricing of our blacklist monitoring service. You pay with Online Domain Tools credits for each execution of the blacklist monitor, so the final price of your monitoring depends on the monitoring frequency that you set. For example, you can set up daily monitoring of up to 3 IP addresses completely free of charge. More pricing examples can be found on the Blacklist Monitor page.
29.11.2014 – HTML, CSS, and JS Minification Tools
We have published three minification tools – Minify HTML Online, Minify CSS Online, and Minify JS Online. Minification tools are used to make your web resources smaller and thus save bandwidth and deliver your content faster to end users. Our minifiers are based on engines with best space saving ratios in the industry.
Enjoy the new tools and make your online life easier and happier with Online Domain Tools!
09.11.2014 – Blacklist Checker Upgrade and Email Verifier API
Mail Blacklist Checker has been upgraded. We have manually checked all blacklists and removed those that were not operating correctly. We have also added many new blacklists. This means that our tool now checks against more than active 150 blacklists!
And as always, minor improvements and fixes were implemented here and there to make your experience better. More news and tools are coming soon!
31.10.2014 – Free Daily Credits Amounts Increased
Good news for everyone! As we add more and more tools and even more are coming, our users need more credits to work with Online Domain Tools. This is why we have decided to increase the amounts of free daily credits provided to all our users by 50 %. As you can see on the Pricing page, the following are the new amounts of free daily credits after the increase:
Daily Credits Base
- Unregistered users: 1.20
- Non-paying registered users: 1.50
- Paying customers: 3.00
Preferences Affecting Daily Credits (registered users only, these can be configured in User Management > Preferences)
- SMS verified account: +0.75
- Enable ads: +0.60
- Enable marketing emails: +0.30
- Enable newsletter: +0.15
Depending on your timezone settings, please allow up to 24 hours for this change to be applied to your account.
22.10.2014 – Bulk Email Verifier and IP Location Finder
Email Verifier is a feature rich tool that can tell you which email addresses are valid and which are not. Using this tool, you can easily filter out fake and invalid emails from your mailing lists. So, what are its main features?
- Check up to 1000 emails at once,
- detailed analysis for each email,
- greylisting support,
- database of disposable / 10 minute email services,
- catch-all address detection.
IP Location Finder is a handy tool if you are investigating an IP address or a domain. This tool not only gives you geolocation information of the target machine and shows it on a map, but it also provides reverse domain and ASN/BGP information that tells you which Internet Services Provider (ISP) it belongs under and which networks is the target machine's network connected to in the Internet.
Enjoy our new tools and make your online life easier with Online Domain Tools again!
11.10.2014 – Online Domain Tools API
We have released ODT API v1.0.0. The full description of the API is available in its PDF specification.
The first version contains:
- Account API
- Password Checker Online API
- Online Mail Server Blacklist Checker API
- Online Website Link Checker API
- Whois Online API
We intend to continuously improve our API in the future. We have published Online Domain Tools API blog post, in which you will be able to find the most recent information about the API including the latest specification. This blog post also contains code examples to make it easier for our users to start with the ODT API.
We will welcome all comments and ideas you send us through our support system about what should we implement next in the API.
02.10.2014 – Multiple Locations Server Monitoring
We have significantly improved our Online Server Monitoring service by introducing monitoring from multiple geographic locations. Every monitored server is now monitored from both Europe and North America continents and this holds even for monitors of our free users. When a monitor detects that its target server is down, no alert will be sent until another monitoring core on a different continent confirms it.
We are continuously implementing minor improvements and fixes to all our online tools and services in order to make your experience better and your online life easier.
04.09.2014 – Twitter and HTTP Callback NotificationsTwitter and HTTP(S) Callback notifications are available! In the past, you could receive notifications from tools such as Server Monitoring or Domain Monitor through SMS and email only. We have implemented three new types of notifications that you can use:
- HTTP(S) Callback – This type of notification generates an HTTP(S) GET request to a target URL that you define. You can thus create a script that automatically reacts on a notification we sent to you.
- Twitter - Direct Message – Twitter users can receive notifications via direct messages from our Twitter account to their accounts.
- Twitter - Tweet – This is a special type of notification that is intended for Server Monitoring service only. If you set this type of notification for your server monitor, we will create a new tweet on behalf of your Twitter account that will inform your followers that a server monitoring event (server went down or up again) occurred.