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How often do MXLogic lists get updated?

Some domain refused to accept email from my domain due to MXLogic filtering. I've sent an email to falsepositives@mxlogic.com and they responded promptly that they changed their records. Question: ...
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Which RBL's does sophos use?

Anyone know where I can find the a list of which RBL's Sophos use's? I have checked their website with no luck, and currently awaiting a response from their technical support. Thank You in advance ...
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How can I receive mails from otherwise blacklisted servers?

On the mail servers I set up in our company, I use several blacklists in postfix. These really help take care of the spam we get send our way. But every once in a while one of our (potential) ...
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How do I remove IP from sorbs.net blacklist?

Our email server has ended up in the sorbs.net blacklist and we're going round in circles trying to get it removed, currently this is causing down-time between our suppliers. I am a developer and not ...
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Which DNS Black Lists would you recommend to discard spam in pre-queue?

There are many black lists out there, with bad and good reputations. Also, some people recommend to use RBL lists only in score-based systems (like spamassassin) while others (including commercial ...
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does it still have any sense to directly drop mails that trigger RBLs?

Once upon a time, using RBLs to drop mails was actually a good idea. These days seems it is no more possible for a reason or the other, so every one switched / is_switching to just use RBLs as another ...
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Postfix Whitelist before recipient restrictions

Alright. Some background. We have an anti-spam cluster trucking about 2-3 million emails per day, blocking somewhere in the range of 99% of spam email from our end users. The underlying SMTP server ...
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4answers
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Does it matter if your web server's IP is RBL'ed?

We have a web server (on Slicehost) with an IP address that has been blacklisted in at least one DNSRBL (FIVETEN). The host is not currently a source of mail, in fact all mail for the domain goes ...
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Best Postfix spam RBL policy weight daemon?

I just heard about policyd-weight so I did an apt-cache search policyd which returns three options: policyd-weight postfix-policyd postfwd Which one is the best, and do you have any tips on ...
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Are there any tools for comparing DNSBL effectiveness?

I just added a new DNSBL to the list of ones that I use on my small mailserver. I set it up to be first on the list because I wanted to see what it missed but other lists caught. I'm watching mail ...