Already many of the leading DNSBL lists like and uses 
such methods to detect new spammers. We've been using the SBL-XBL + dynablock + 
SURBL lists with much success reaching up to 95% reduction in spam and so far 
very very very little false positives.

I have noticed the amount of spam I have been getting climbing, so I needed to crack down.

Thanks, I had SBL but not SBL-XBL. I also added and

This is the anti-spam part of my  That should do the trick.

FEATURE(`dnsbl', `', `Spammer $&{client_addr} $&f reject
ed: see (relays)')
FEATURE(`dnsbl',`',` Mail from $&{client_addr} rejected
: see$&; {client_addr}')dnl
FEATURE(`dnsbl',`',` Mail from $&{client_addr} Blocked - see http:
//$& {client_addr}')dnl
FEATURE(`dnsbl', `', `Spammer $&{client_addr} $&f rejected:
FEATURE(`dnsbl', `', `Spammer $&{client_addr} $&f rejected: see htt
FEATURE(`dnsbl', `', `Spammer $&{client_addr} $&f rejected: buzz off
FEATURE(`dnsbl', `', `Spammer $&{client_addr} $&f rejected: s
FEATURE(`dnsbl', `', `Spammer $&{client_addr} $&f rejected: see h

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