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From: Jorey Bump (listjoreybump.com)
Date: Sat Dec 20 2008 - 06:35:35 CST
Justin Piszcz wrote, at 12/20/2008 05:43 AM:
> $ whois linendim.com
> Record created on: 2008-12-15 11:45:30.0
> Domain Expires on: 2009-12-15 11:45:31.0
> A 1-second life domain name.
What do you mean? The domain expires in one year and a second from its
> First, is there an existing policy server out there that checks how many
> days old a domain is?
If so, it would probably end up working a lot like greylisting. You'd
get a similar effect scoring with the SpamCop dnsbl, since it penalizes
> I know there is an RHSBL for it but this seems rather odd, if the domain
> has expired/etc it would be nice to filter on these statistics..
True. There's no reason to accept mail from a long-expired domain (but
your example hasn't expired).
[BTW, there appears to be a problem with the DNS for your domain,
lucidpixels.com. Your nameservers are not responding.]