RBLs in use

Paul S. Brown pol at geekstuff.co.uk
Thu Nov 20 15:51:44 UTC 2003


Just an ISP with normal ISP type operational spam problems. I'm trying to 
quantify how often we actually appear on RBL, but I want to get some idea of 
how much credence to give to appearing on any given list.

For example something like the old Dorkslayers lists should be ignored because 
they would blacklist you if you sneezed at the wrong time, however MAPS is 
probably a good list.


On Thursday 20 November 2003 3:33 pm, todd glassey wrote:
> Does this mean that your employer is a spam operator?
> T
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Paul S. Brown" <pol at geekstuff.co.uk>
> To: <nanog at merit.edu>
> Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2003 7:16 AM
> Subject: RBLs in use
> > I have been asked to find out what DNSBLs are in use so my employer can
> see
> > what the incidence of its being blacklisted is and how much impact this
> > is likely to have had on their business.
> >
> > What DNSBLs are being used by the various agencies represented on NANOG
> and
> > how much weighting do you give them. Are there any DNSBLs you would
> > completely ignore due to data quality issues?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Paul

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