I found out my ip address is on a few spam lists. It seems as if it is due my using a dsl network through Qwest. Do I need to go through and remove these. Two of them are in China, so I don't know if I even need to worry about them.
1:29 am on Nov 19, 2011 (gmt 0)
Do you have a permanent IP or one that lasts a long time as long as you are connected (can change after disconnect/reconnect)? If the latter, shutdown modems, routers, computers for 20 minutes then start back up. If the former, go to the spam list sites and find out why you've been listed.
4:33 am on Nov 19, 2011 (gmt 0)
Its dynamically generated. I shut it down a couple times and restarted it to create new IP addresses. In all three cases the Ip's came up on the same lists.
5:24 am on Nov 19, 2011 (gmt 0)
Might query your ISP to find out why they are on the list... (scratching head... about all I can figure.)
9:52 pm on Nov 19, 2011 (gmt 0)
Use the Qwest customer use SMTP server for outgoing emails ('Dial-in Numbers' link on their help page). Most likely your IP is coming from a pool of IP's marked as customer use (labeled 'dialup' by some).
The only other workaround would be to get a business account from them with an IP address that isn't in an end user range.