Recommended RBL's on MTA?
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Tue Dec 26 17:21:51 CET 2006
James Gray spake the following on 12/22/2006 9:42 PM:
> Hi All,
> This is slightly off topic, but I figured it was a good place to ask.
> What RBL's are people using on their MTA? I'm currently driving a
> number of Postfix boxes so far have all the RBL's in SpamAssassin, but
> would really prefer to block some of the rubbish before it gets that far.
> What RBL's have people had success with? More importantly, which ones
> should I avoid?
Since you have been using them in spamassassin, you could look through your
logs and see how the different lists are hitting. I am using zen.spamhaus.org
and combined.njabl.org, although the latter doesn't hit much because most of
the junk has already been rejected by zen. If your logs don't show FP's on a
list, you would be safe to put it in the MTA.
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