Arrogant RBL list maintainers

Ken Chase ken at heavycomputing.ca
Wed Dec 9 14:09:20 CST 2009


To be clear: because the legitimate mailserver with a proper non-generic
reverse was in a block with other generic reverses, they blacklisted you?

That's egregiously harsh. 

SORBS was blocking a customer for a generic reverse entry, I gave them a legit
looking reverse (that fwds properly too), solved, if a bit irritating. To
require the whole BLOCK be totally legit is too much.

/kc


On Wed, Dec 09, 2009 at 02:48:28PM -0500, Michael Holstein's said:
  >No, we do have it correct .. they wanted us to fix all the *other* ones
  >(that can't even send mail because they're firewalled from doing so) ..
  >
  >$ dig -t mx csuohio.edu
  >[..]
  >;; ANSWER SECTION:
  >csuohio.edu.        10800    IN    MX    10 antispam5.csuohio.edu.
  >csuohio.edu.        10800    IN    MX    10 antispam4.csuohio.edu.
  >csuohio.edu.        10800    IN    MX    10 antispam3.csuohio.edu.
  >csuohio.edu.        10800    IN    MX    10 antispam2.csuohio.edu.

  >Michael Holstein
  >Cleveland State University
  >

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