[SURBL-Discuss] Hello SURBL discussion board!

Ryan Harris ryan at sendgrid.com
Wed Apr 3 19:22:01 CEST 2013


I couldn't have put it better myself. Thank you for adding clarity to the
situation. It is true, I wasn't trying to report a false positive. I was
trying to determine if this was something I needed to be concerned about
since we had a high volume of senders using links with emailonacid.com in
them being flagged by SURBL. When I went to SURBL's contact us form this is
where it lead me, so I figured concerns I had were an acceptable thing to
address on this email distribution list (once again sorry for calling it a

I would love a FAQ or criteria of what is acceptable to bring up in this
email distribution list and what is not. I don't want to step on any toes
or cause unrest for questions I may have.


On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Ron Guerin <ron at vnetworx.net> wrote:

> On 04/03/2013 11:48 AM, Neil Schwartzman wrote:
> > true.
> >
> > whitelist-reports at surbl.org<whitelist-reports at surbl.org>
> >
> > is where to report FPs.
> I got this response once, and there may be a bit of misunderstanding on
> the part of the operators of SURBL as to the nature of these questions.
>   People don't come here asking these questions as a way of questioning
> a false positive while avoiding specifically saying they think it's a
> false positive.  They don't /know/ it's a false positive, since they
> don't know the why of the apparent listing.  You on the inside may know
> that, but those of us on the outside only see the end result.
> Given this fellow works for SendGrid, I suspect he's trying to avoid
> harboring a spammer, and we should hardly want to discourage that.
> It might help to do something on the SURBL website about reporting false
> positives, but if I went there, and ended up on the contact page, I too
> would sign up for the list and start asking questions.  There's an
> option that asks for removal, but responsible parties aren't going to go
> through removal if the listing is already gone, or if they're concerned
> the listing is legitimate.  They're going to ask questions, and from the
> looks of the contact page, the mailing list is the place to do that.
> - Ron
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