[SURBL-Discuss] What is "1.name" ?

GRIFFIN Paul Paul.GRIFFIN at atradius.com
Thu Sep 17 18:17:20 CEST 2009

That's great, thanks Raymond - glad it wasn't just me who thought it was

All seems to working now as well - thanks


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[mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.surbl.org] On Behalf Of Raymond Dijkxhoorn
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Subject: Re: [SURBL-Discuss] What is "1.name" ?


> a url listed on surbl.  Which is fine, except the url it is
> is "1.name"...??   I thought this was initially some refenence in our
> software but it appears the name "1.name" is actually blacklisted on 
> surbl (if you type it in Lookup it gives a positive response).  There 
> is no DNS reference for this as far as I can see.
> I am quite likely being stupid here but, can anyone please enlighten 
> me as to how or why this is on the surlbl list...?

I am not sure why this is listed within the WS datasource. You could do
a whitelist request via the site to find out.


Not available for registration.
Second level domain name must be longer than two characters.

I have whitelisted it so will come off anyway.

Thanks for reporting.

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