[SURBL-Discuss] To MUNGE to not to MUNGE

Raymond Dijkxhoorn raymond at prolocation.net
Wed Sep 1 20:33:32 CEST 2004


> > Can you explain what you mean? Dont get it i am afraid. All the surbl 
> > domains are whitelisted, but that was not your question i guess?

> I simply meant, what happens if a spammer tries to sneak various 
> references to surbl  in the e-mail (separate from their actual affiliate 
> link, of course) as a means of trying to get whitelisted, thus defeating 
> our whitelisting? ...but, as I said, maybe I'm too paranoid here :)

It doesnt work that way. The whirelist means we dont add THOSE domains to 
the SURBLs, other domains listed in those mails will still trigger the 
SURBL filtering. 

> > Sometimes it takes time to find out the how and the what, be happy we are 
> > still responsive ;) Please also note, a whitelist request isnt a guarantee 
> > that it will indeed be whitelisted...

> Sorry... I didn't mean to sound impatient. Chris weighed in agreeing 
> that it probably should be whitelisted (see archive). I was thinking 
> that when one of the "main players" (Jeff, Raymond, Chris, Joe, etc.) 
> agrees without other disagreements... it was practically considered 
> done. But, again, I don't mean to sound impatient... I just wanted to 
> make sure that SallyFoster-MUNGED.com wasn't going to be missed.

Its whitelisted, so in some hours it will be removed from WS.


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