[SURBL-Discuss] RE: ANNOUNCE: Top SURBL DNS queries and whitelist hits

Raymond Dijkxhoorn raymond at prolocation.net
Tue Sep 7 16:45:48 CEST 2004


>> I'm slightly surprised how high in the total rankings some spam
>> domains are.  That represents a huge amount of spam sent and
>> blocked.  :-)
> Would it be possible to hard code a "SKIP" for certain URLs?
> 175	yahoo.com
> 157	w3.org
> 87	msn.com
> 77	flowgo.com
> Why have the code even bother to check those? Sort of like a permanent hard
> coded Whitelist. (Bah, Skiplist! I have to stop calling it a whitelist!)
> This would save traffic.

Thats why Jeff made the list in the first place, the development for the 
new version of the SA plugin might have that functionality.


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