RBL Usage Questions

Hadlow, Tim Tim.Hadlow at BL.UK
Thu Nov 13 15:43:15 GMT 2003

Julian, Sorry to be dense.

When you say "It is triggered if it gets _any_ of the valid 127.0.0.x return
codes" Do you mean that it is triggered irrespective of the number i.e. if I
Spam Lists To Reach High Score = 2
it would be triggered even if I got back  Or does it understand
that,,, = 1 hit and so wouldn't trigger,,,,,, = 2 hits,,, = 3 hits = 4 hits


-----Original Message-----
From: Julian Field [mailto:mailscanner at ECS.SOTON.AC.UK]
Sent: 13 November 2003 14:06
Subject: Re: RBL Usage Questions

At 13:22 13/11/2003, you wrote:
>I have a couple of newbie RBL questions:
>1. If I have MailScanner doing RBL using _only_ MAPS-RBL+ which provides an
>aggregated service, how does MS handle the score returned by the MAPS-RBL+
>lookup as the last part of the IP address in the context of the "Spam Lists
>To Reach High Score" definition.
>APS for the explanation of the lookup results)

It is triggered if it gets any of the valid 127.0.0.x return codes.


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