Smart use of SCBL (was Re: Great. Now it's my turn...)
colin at NOSPAMgrandecom.com
Sat Jan 24 20:12:02 EST 2004
Michael Lefevre wrote:
> online directories or domain whois. For that, it's quite useful. I
> wouldn't dream of blocking email based on the SCBL - it's far too
> aggressive for that, IMO.
It sits behind 3 other BLs in my email server configuration and the
better part of a year's use hasn't generated a single complaint (unlike
SORBS which gets gripes at least weekly.) I view the disclaimer as
just that - IMO, the SCBL is perfectly suitable for a production
server. If there's a bum listing, I can always override it.
> elsewhere. I also don't think the fact that some clueless people use it to
> block email for others merits Spamcop shutting up shop. I can certainly
> see an argument for making more effort to reduce clueless use, but that's
What is your definition of "clueless use" of SCBL?
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