Why aren't RBL checks running?

Tom Combs combs at magnet.fsu.edu
Tue Oct 5 21:37:45 IST 2004


  Yes that's true, all the email coming to the new server is being sent
  via the current production server so that must be why the RBLs aren't
  finding anything.  Good to know that I'm not on any of the RBLs!

  Thanks again, I'm always amazed and your quality and quantity of
  work/help.    --Tom

>Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2004 21:18:22 +0100
>From: Julian Field <mailscanner at ECS.SOTON.AC.UK>
>Subject: Re: Why aren't RBL checks running?
>Comments: To: Tom Combs <combs at magnet.fsu.edu>

>Is mail coming to this system straight from the outside world, or is it all
>coming via one of your own servers? The MailScanner "Spam List" checks only
>check the other end of the incoming SMTP connection. So if it's all coming
>via one of your own servers, it won't find anything. The RBL checks that
>SpamAssassin can do will still work, though.
Tom Combs                                      E-mail: combs at magnet.fsu.edu
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory        Phone:  (850) 644-1657
1800 E. Paul Dirac Drive                       Tallahassee, FL 32310

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