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From: Aaron Wolfe (aawolfegmail.com)
Date: Wed Aug 20 2008 - 15:09:34 CDT
On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 11:41 PM, Duane Hill <d.hillyournetplus.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 19 Aug 2008, Adam C. Mathews wrote:
>> Presenting using the following blacklists...
>> These do a good job for me, but I wanted to look for opinions on a
>> couple additional ones. Specifically look for false-positive opinions,
>> adding additional DNS lookups isn't much concern to me.
>> The two I am looking at are ...
Evaluated this one about a year ago. Too many false positives to use
as a block list, but I do include it as a spamassassin check. Using
the list as the author intends is difficult in postfix without a
policy filter, because the list returns several different values with
> I will give the list developer credit for the fact he/she has done research.
> However, the list developer has not provided any evidence as to the results
> or validity of using this list (even when asked for).
> Not to mention, I have not found anywhere on the site where it lists any
> price for mass-querying or any data feed service for its zone files. We
> purchase data feed service for SpamHaus and query an average of close to
> four(4) million every 24 hours.
> Don't know much about this list. Perhaps someone else has feedback.
I would also take a good look at the 'invaluement antispam rbl', see
This list performs extremely well for us.