[SURBL-Discuss] RE: Feature Request: Whitelist_DNSRBL

Chris Santerre csanterre at MerchantsOverseas.com
Wed Dec 8 16:34:37 CET 2004


>
>>Thinking one step bigger, it would be even better to feed 
>this a file. This
>>way maybe SURBL can create a file for the top hit legit 
>domains. Then using
>>SARE and RDJ, people could update that. This would reduce a 
>lot of traffic
>>and time.
>
>Wait, now you're bringing SURBL into this.. are you talking 
>normal DNSRBLS, 
>or URIDNSBLS? Or both?

Dang my brain!!! I meant URIDNSBLS!! Freaking too many abreviations in my
head :) 

>
>Was the whitelist you were referring to really the SURBL 
>server-side whitelist?

Yes! But local SURBL whitelists are needed to reduce traffic and time. 

>
>>This might also help with the mysterious bug we have seen 
>where some local
>>domains are being flagged as SURBL hit, when they aren't in 
>SURBL. Perhaps
>>whitelisting local domains so they are skipped would do away 
>with this.
>
>Agreed.. It would provide users a short-term fix, although really the 
>problem does need to be rooted out at some point..
>
>>Thoughts, suggestions, or coffee?
>
>All of the above?

Pouring a cup right NOW!

--Chris


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