Paul Graydon paul at
Wed Apr 4 15:08:08 CDT 2012

They're still functional, still used by companies but I wouldn't make 
any observation on them running 'well'.  A friend's office IP range got 
blocked and unblocked recently by them so they do seem to remove entries.

Beyond that on NANOG you're pretty much into "light blue touch paper and 
retire to a safe distance" territory even mentioning them.  There is a 
good chance you might get a reply from Sorbs here, they almost always 
seem to respond when things get raised on NANOG.


On 04/04/2012 09:53 AM, Chris Conn wrote:
> Hello,
> Is anyone from SORBS still listening?   We have a few IP addresses 
> here and there that are listed, one in particular that has been for a 
> spam incident from over a year ago.  The "last spam" date is 
> 03/05/2011 according to their lookup tools.
> We don't have access to their Net Manager even if our ARIN POC 
> corresponds to the account on their system we opened a while ago.  We 
> use their ISP feedback form and never get any responses back.
> Is SORBS still relevant and functional?
> Sincerely,
> Chris Conn

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