MSN Reinclusion Request Mailbox Broken?

Mar 30, 2007 • 9:43 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Bing Search
 

Numerous reports from users in the WebmasterWorld forum say that the MSN reinclusion process is taking a long time.

One member says that he tried to email webspam@msn.com and it got bounced back. According to msndude, a Microsoft representative, that is because the address is at @microsoft.com.

Another person questions the proper way to submit a reinclusion request:

I used this form

feedback.live.com/eform.aspx?productkey=wlsearch&mkt=en-us

im guessing this is the new place to request reinclusion?

anyone know of any other way?

Another member says that he submitted a request and has not heard back:

Even with the right address, don't hold your breath. I sent in a request back on March 6th and I've yet to hear back from Microsoft.

Which way is the best way to submit a reinclusion request from Microsoft, and how long should it take? Discussion continues at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

David Eaves

04/01/2007 03:04 pm

I sent a couple of reinclusion request over to them a month or so ago, both have been ignored no email back and no reinclusion, one of them was for my mates classified site (which in all fairness probably should have been banned or at least penalised for participating in a dodgy reciprocal link exchange programme) another was for info.vilesilencer.com they have banned the Vilesilencer site from their search results.

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