Re: IronPort Bonded Sender list integration with Spamcop RBL?
turbofroggy at yahoo.com
Fri May 7 10:56:06 EDT 2004
What I was asking about isn't mixing them, just prefiltering the
bl.spamcop.net canidates aginst the Bonded Sender of IronPort.
That way all you would have to do it one query using a standard RBL lookup
to get a pre-screened list of known spammers without any false positives of
people who are listed in the Bonded Sender list.
I would think that pre-filtering the bl.spamcop.net would make for a even
more trustworthy list and reduce the amount of false positives.
For those purests who like false positives maybe a new zone called
bl-ip.spamcop.net (or whatever) that is the filtered zone and retain the
"Pavel Roskin" <proski at nospam.spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:409BBE39.2050208 at nospam.spamcop.net...
> Turbofroggy wrote:
>> Is the Spamcop RBL bl.spamcop.net checked aginst the IronPort Bonded
>> Sender list?
>> It seems only logical since you guys are the same company now, and you
>> wouldn't want to be listing whitelisted IronPort people in the Spamcop
>> RBL... :)
> It would be better to have the Bonded Sender whitelist in the list of
> available blacklists for Spamcop mail subscribers. Those selecting it
> would have the matching messages whitelisted.
> Mixing Bonded Sender with bl.spamcop.net would negatively affect
> credibility of the Spamcop blacklist. It should be the user's choice
> which black- and whitelists to honor, also to those who use DNS based
> Pavel Roskin
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