New MS install is slow to an extreme

DAve dave.list at
Thu Apr 3 15:05:30 IST 2008

Glenn Steen wrote:
> On 03/04/2008, DAve <dave.list at> wrote:
> (snip)
>> -> skip_rbl_checks 1 - Oddly does not do what it claims. SA
>> is still doing rbl checks. I commented out the DNSEval plugin in v320.pre
>> file and was rewarded with errors for my effort. Not certain what the
>> correct method of disabling rbl checks in SA is now. Peter Farrow found a
>> message where this has been seen already.
> (snip)
> So the previous version(s) ran without RBL checking in MS or SA? And
> now you get RBLs in SA regardless...? That would indeed be a
> killer:-).
> Tried setting "dns_available no", with same result? Perhaps not what
> you want... And BTW... You don't load teh ASN plugin, right?

dns_available_no? I should read about that rule again. No to the ASN plugin.


> Cheers

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