[SURBL-Discuss] Re: Spam in progress bit ...

opencomputing at gmail.com opencomputing at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 14:16:00 CEST 2006

>>Spammers could add some fake URIs like yahoo.com, gmail.com,
>>microsoft.com to their spam runs so that their mails get a hammy
>>score(if surbl gives a negative score using some whitelisted URIs).
>We don't use any negative scores anywhere.  Our internal
>whitelist is only used to exclude domains from blacklisting.
ok. so the idea is to have grey scores instead if listed or unlisted, so 
that a bigger score means the URI is found in a lot of spam runs, while 
lesser score means the URI isn't so prevalent?


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