Spam List = spamhaus-ZEN ?
mark at msapiro.net
Wed Jul 5 04:02:56 UTC 2017
On 7/4/17 12:04 AM, Remco Barendse wrote:
> I found a much cleaned up version of spam.lists.conf which is good but
> have some question on the format. The default MailScanner.conf says :
> Spam List = spamhaus-ZEN # You can un-comment this to enable them
It actually says
Spam List = # spamhaus-ZEN # You can un-comment this to enable them
> But the spam.lists.conf says :
> # http://barracudacentral.org/rbl
> BARRACUDA b.barracudacentral.org
> # aggregate list - http://www.sorbs.net/using.shtml
> SORBS dnsbl.sorbs.net
> # aggregate list - http://www.spamhaus.org/zen/
> SPAMHAUS zen.spamhaus.org
> # aggregate list - https://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml
> SPAMCOP bl.spamcop.net
And it also says:
# I dragged this file kicking and screaming into this decade. The number of
# reliable lists is limited IMHO. Feel free to add your own.
# 23 Jan 2016 - Jerry Benton
among other relevant comments.
> Am i right that MailScanner.conf should contain :
> Spam List = BARRACUDA SORBS SPAMHAUS SPAMCOP
If you want to use exactly those 4 lists.
> but not spamhaus-ZEN ?
right, unless you define it, but SPAMHAUS already points there so to use
that list include SPAMHAUS, but not spamhaus-ZEN in Spam List.
> (If yes, maybe something to fix in the repository?)
Yes, the commented entry in MailScanner.conf is misleading. I've created
<https://github.com/MailScanner/v5/pull/59> to address this.
> I also noticed that cbl.abuseat.org is no longer there, these guys are
> still going strong (i use cbl.abuseat.org as a blocklist even in my
> sendmail config).
See Jerry's comment above.
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