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From: Jan P. Kessler (postfixjpkessler.info)
Date: Sun Dec 14 2008 - 11:36:25 CST
Roland Plüss schrieb:
> It's just that you said they monitor the number of "dns queries". Now by
> bypassing a query for the DNS I can put it locally on my machine so no
> queries for the DNS goes out to the net. Whatever I removed the line
> from /etc/hosts for testing but it still doesn't seem to work.
Dnsbls are kind of *online* databases. DNS is used to query these. As
the included information changes frequently, it wouldn't make much sense
to put anything in /etc/hosts. If you had read the given informations,
you would have known that. The only measure to deal with amounts >
300000 queries a day is to buy the commercial rsync feed.
> postconf -n doesn't show the zen but I have it in my config.
So postfix seems to use another configuration file than you expect it to
use. You may try to issue 'postconf config_directory' to find out.