Jeremy McSpadden jeremy at fluxlabs.net
Fri May 9 20:47:36 IST 2014

One thing to keep in mind with RBLs, are DNS queries. It is not recommended to use public DNS servers. (Google/open dns) Run bind/named/dnsmasq/tinydns locally. Also, you won't really gain anything by having too many RBLs .. You'll just up the processing time and queries.

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On Fri, May 9, 2014 at 12:14 PM -0700, "Philip Parsons" <pparsons at techeez.com<mailto:pparsons at techeez.com>> wrote:

I do not want to kick of the discussion about where to use RBLS as we have all read them before, but I am interested in knowing if you are one of the people that use the RBLS within mailscanner instead of the MTA which ones are you using and getting the most results from ?

Thank you.
Philip Parsons
IT and Telecommunication Specialist
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