Use the delist portal to remove yourself from the blocked senders list
Are you getting an error message when you try to send an email to a recipient whose email address is in Microsoft 365? If you think you should not be receiving the error message, you can use the delist portal to remove yourself from the blocked senders list.
What is the blocked senders list?
Microsoft uses the blocked senders list to protect its customers from spam, spoofing, and phishing attacks. Your mail server’s IP address, that is, the address your mail server uses to identify itself on the Internet, was tagged as a potential threat to Microsoft 365 for one of a variety of reasons. When Microsoft 365 adds the IP address to the list, it prevents all further communication between the IP address and any of our customers through our datacentres.
You will know you have been added to the list when you receive a response to a mail message that includes an error that looks something like this:
550 5.7.606-649 Access denied, banned sending IP [IP address]; To request removal from this list please visithttps://sender.office.com/and follow the directions. For more information seeEmail non-delivery reports in Exchange Online.
whereIP addressis the IP address of the computer on which the mail server runs.
To use the delist portal to remove yourself from the blocked sender’s list
- Open https://sender.office.com.
- Follow the instructions on the page. Ensure that you use the email address to which the error message was sent, and the IP address that is specified in the error message. You can only enter one email address and one IP address per visit.
- Click Submit.
- Click the confirmation link in the email sent to you by the delisting portal.
This brings you back to the delist portal.
- In the delist portal, click Delist IP.
After the IP address is removed from the blocked senders list, email messages from that IP address will be delivered to recipients who use Microsoft 365. So, make sure you’re confident that email sent from that IP address won’t be abusive or malicious; otherwise, the IP address might be blocked again.
It may take up to 24 hours or results can vary widely before restrictions are removed.